H&M, Zara and Marks & Spencer linked to polluting viscose factories in Asia

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Major fashion brands are sourcing viscose from factories in China, Indonesia and India which are polluting and damaging health, according to new report

Major fashion brands have been linked to viscose produced in polluting factories, according to a new report by the Changing Markets Foundation.

Viscose, touted as a sustainable alternative to cotton or polyester, is often used as a cheaper and more durable alternative to silk, commonly in skirts and dresses. Experts say it is just as likely to be found in a £10 t-shirt as a £2,000 suit.

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