Spanish fashion company, Mango, has introduced a new approach to lessen the negative effects of its business practices and goods on the environment and society.
New performance indicators are included in the program, Sustainable Vision 2030, in accordance with more stringent market norms. Committed to Product, Committed to Planet, and Committed to People are its three main foundations. Mango will concentrate its efforts on achieving this goal by emphasizing materials with a lower environmental impact and using circular design principles.
The fashion company will swap out the "Committed" label on its clothing for a QR code that will lead customers to its website and provide details on the product's creation and design.
Mango will continue to work toward its 2050 climate neutrality goal. Along with protecting biodiversity and updating its animal welfare policies, it will also set objectives to decrease water and plastic usage.
By the end of 2022, Mango intends to disclose all of its Tier 3 factories, which are connected to fabric and accessory suppliers. This list attempts to produce social action projects and partnerships with top international organizations while championing transparency and promoting the welfare of employees in its supply chain.
Toni Ruiz, CEO of Mango, said the new sustainability strategy is not simply a goal to be achieved, but a cross-departmental core value of their company strategy and business model that influences their decision-making and the promotion of projects and actions, so that they can carry out their activities with the lowest possible environmental and social impact.
Presently, 75% of Mango's clothing has eco-friendly features. With its initiative to switch plastic bags for products leaving the factory for paper ones, the company has prevented the usage of 500 tonnes of plastic since 2021. Incorporating alternative fibers with a lesser environmental impact into its assortment has also advanced the business in recent years.
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