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The raw materials used in our products come from the world's natural resources and we are committed to responsible sourcing.
We believe it is important that the raw materials used in our products are sourced in a way that respects the people, animals and environment in our supply chain.
We use a large variety of raw materials in our products and are committed to building full transparency to trace the raw material we use back to source.
The main raw materials used in our products are cotton, wool, manmade cellulosic (such as viscose), polyester, timber and leather. We recognise these materials can have wide ranging environmental and social risks associated with their production and extraction.
As part of our 2025 Responsible Sourcing Strategy, we are training our product teams and we will work with our suppliers to help reduce the impact of manufacturing processes on the environment and on the health of those working and living in communities around our production sites.
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