Does #Angora recall policy mean not still selling stock?

Does #Angora recall policy mean not still selling stock?


A question raised on twitter by @JonnWills after the post about the H&M newsflash I wrote about the other day. The news on H&M site contain the following information:

On November 27, we stopped all production of angora products. We have since then made additional inspections of the farms from which our suppliers source their angora wool. Since angora farms are located further upstream the supply chain, we can currently not guarantee the compliance with our Product Policy and specific requirements for angora husbandry. We have therefore decided to cease production of angora products.

So the banning is about the production of new angora products, but what about the products, garments and accessories that already are produced? Will H&M (and the other companies that have banned angora) still sell them without knowing how the angora was collected?

On the other hand is it not a waste of material and resources to not sell any angora products that were produced before the banning of angora?

Join the discussion @SadnessTheory and @JonnWills

// Diskussion på twitter som berör HM:s förbud mot angora i produktionen. Vad innebär det för de redan producerade angora-produkterna, kommer de att fortfarande säljas i butik? Följ diskussionen på @SadnessTheory och @JonnWills.


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