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Code Green Apparel to develop hemp-based product line
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Apr '17
Code Green Apparel Corp., a company dedicated to become an industry leader in sustainability textiles, will begin development of a hemp-based product line in order to broaden its assortment of sustainable fabrics. The company based in the United States will incorporate the new Hemp Code line into the portfolio, both horizontally and vertically.

After completing the initial phases of the exploration of its newest product line, hemp-based textiles, Code Green will soon begin work on developing hemp-based products. The company has had discussions with hemp suppliers, companies and experts and will combine each potential partner’s respective expertise into a single venture. The current development stage will commence immediately and include fabric, design and product development in order to meet specific requests from customers.

"Code Green is excited about this new hemp-based opportunity, and we believe Hemp Code will provide continued growth into selected markets. The addition of the Hemp Code product line is a natural complement to our existing eco-friendly product lineup," stated George Powell, CEO of Code Green Apparel. "It is not sufficient to offer our customers only recycled products. We strive to create products from many sources of recycled and sustainable textile products. We will move quickly and efficiently, yet responsibly, to make our vision a reality. While we expect the hemp-based product line to provide new customers, the addition Hemp Code will not take any effort or capital away from our existing products nor order fulfillment. We will keep you informed of developments and opportunities as they develop."

Code Green is strategically positioning itself to build on its already impressive portfolio of sustainable apparel products. (RR)

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