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Mango bans use of exotic skins and fur in product lines

Clothing and accessory retailer Mango has banned the use of exotic skins in its product lines and said it will no longer sell fur items.

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Mango bans use of exotic skins and fur in product lines

Clothing and accessory retailer Mango has banned the use of exotic skins in its product lines and said it will no longer sell fur items.

Following discussions with PETA US, the new policy will apply across Mango’s worldwide network of 2,060 stores, 70 of which are in the UK.
 
PETA Manager Mimi Bekhechi said. "We're asking retailers worldwide to follow Mango's lead and allow fur and exotic skins to remain on their original owners – the animals."
 
Mango follows H&M and Topshop in adopting animal welfare policies that ban the sale of products using exotic skins and fur.
 

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