29 Nov '13, 4pm

Esprit deja de utilizar el angora por el mal trato que se da a los animales

RATINGEN – International fashion brand Esprit has become the latest clothing retailer to call a temporary halt to sourcing Angora fibre after a video was released by animal rights organisation People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) which allegedly showed the inhumane treatment of rabbits in China. The move follows a similar temporary ban on angora earlier this week by H&M.

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straitstimes.com 27 Nov '13, 11pm

STOCKHOLM (AFP) - Swedish fashion giant H&M said on Wednesday it would stop making clothing containing angora hair after a...

H&M stops making angora products after rabbit torture video

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channelnewsasia.com 28 Nov '13, 1am

STOCKHOLM: Swedish fashion giant H&M said Wednesday it would stop making clothing containing angora hair after an animal r...

Two more global brands have banned angora wool until further notice

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ecouterre.com 04 Dec '13, 11pm

H&M Halts Angora Production In Wake of PETA’s Rabbit-Abuse Exposé H&M has suspended production of all angora products foll...

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ecouterre.com 03 Dec '13, 5pm

has suspended production of all angora products following reports by animal-rights campaigners of routine abuse on rabbits...

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ecotextile.com 09 Dec '13, 4pm

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