Texon, a leading global manufacturer of high-quality, high-performance, sustainable material solutions for the footwear and textile industries, announced that its popular cellulose nonwoven material, Texon Vogue, has been certified by The Vegan Society and is now eligible to use the globally recognized Vegan Trademark.
Texon Vogue is a cellulose-based material that is commonly used by manufacturers to create a variety of products such as bags and accessories, jeans labels, book bindings, stationery, luggage tags, and more. It's long been known as a versatile leather substitute, and it comes in a variety of colors, thicknesses, and finishes.
The certification provides unequivocal assurance to users of the material that its constituents have not entailed the use of any animal product, by-product or derivative, or any animal testing.
Holger Hoffmann, general manager of Texon Germany and France and director of exports, said that this is a significant milestone in the history of Texon Vogue, which is utilized in a wide range of consumer and fashion applications. Texon Vogue is made from 100% cellulose fiber and is produced and finished using economical, environmentally friendly technologies. They’re thrilled to be able to formally identify the line as "vegan friendly" as demand for it continues to grow. The Vegan Trademark, created by the Vegan Society, is a potent emblem that is easily recognized by consumers all over the world. It's fantastic to be able to use this excellent symbol.
The Vegan Society has registered over 58,000 goods around the world, including Texon Vogue. To obtain accreditation, the Texon team had to go through a series of in-depth audits, divulging all of the raw materials and processing chemicals used in its production. The accreditation procedure included participation from Texon's suppliers and partners.
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