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Eurofins receives WRAP accreditation in India

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Jan '21
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Eurofins Consumer Products Assurance has been accredited by Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) as a monitoring firm in India to drive responsible sourcing across complex modern apparel and footwear supply chains. This accreditation in India will contribute to and support the industry’s social compliance effort in this important region.
 
WRAP is one of the world’s largest independent certification programmes that aims to promote safe, lawful, humane, and ethical manufacturing globally through certification and education specifically in the apparel and footwear industry.
 
Following WRAP’s 12 Principles, buyers and suppliers work towards the same set of social compliance assessment protocols. WRAP certification enables buyers to identify and suppliers to showcase a commitment to and achievements in social compliance.
 
India is one of the key apparel and footwear manufacturing countries in the global supply chain. 
 
As a Full Member Firm of APSCA, this accreditation further strengthens Eurofins Consumer Products Assurance’s service portfolio, which covers key industry standards/ qualifications including amfori BSCI, Sedex SMETA and SLCP Verifier Body.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (JL)


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