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Oeko-Tex supports Amazon's Climate Pledge Friendly

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Sep '20
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Oeko-Tex is participating with the Made In Green label in Amazon’s Climate Pledge Friendly, a new programme to make it easier for customers to discover and shop for more sustainable products. Oeko-Tex offers standardised solutions that enable customers to optimise their manufacturing processes and help bring high-quality, sustainable products to market.

The Climate Pledge Friendly label, which will be shown on more than 25,000 products, signifies to customers that the products have one or more of 19 different sustainability certifications that help preserve the natural world, according to a press release by Oeko-Tex.

Amazon evaluated hundreds of external sustainability certifications and chose organisations that certify products that have demonstrated environmentally-related sustainability benefits. Oeko-Tex is proud to be one of the third-party entities certifying Climate Pledge Friendly products with our Made In Green label.

“We are working to create more transparency along the textile and leather supply chain and to make it easy for consumers to confidently choose safer, more sustainable products. Made In Green by Oeko-Tex is the right partner for Amazon’s Climate Pledge Friendly programme because our missions are aligned. Made In Green takes a holistic approach by testing products for harmful substances, verifying that manufacturers meet strict environmental sustainability standards and ensuring employers protect worker health and wellbeing,” Georg Dieners, Oeko-Tex secretary general said.

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