COTTON USA offering sourcing support at TEXWORLD
COTTON USA will promote U.S.
cotton and offer sourcing support to the fashion industry supply
chain at its exhibit at Texworld in Paris from February 6-9,
2017, in Hall 2 F187.
COTTON USA will provide visitors with comprehensive
background information on responsibly-produced U.S. cotton,
global cotton market developments, the findings of current
market and consumer studies, and its ongoing Licensing,
Marketing and Sourcing Programs.
COTTON USA provides proactive support through its Sourcing
Program with respect to procurement issues, which includes
organized sourcing trips to important regions. Visitors also are
invited to visit the exhibit to discover the COTTON USA
Marketing and Licensing Program and learn about COTTON USA’s
collaboration with leading brands and retailers around the
Cotton is a natural and renewable fiber, and U.S. cotton
producers are leading the way in responsible cotton production
practices. U.S. cotton has a track record of continuous
improvement with respect to water and crop protection product
use, and habitat and soil preservation. The U.S. system’s
transparency allows for constant monitoring and improvement. The
roughly 183,000 U.S. cotton growers comply with stringent U.S.
government regulatory requirements and are committed to the
principle of continuous improvement.
At the COTTON USA exhibit, the textile trade also will be
able to gather information on how the Cotton LEADS™ program,
initiated by Australia and the United States, offers
manufacturers, brands and retailers a reliable cotton supply
chain solution and confidence that the raw material used from
these countries is responsibly produced and identified.
COTTON USA is a premium trademark ingredient brand that
identifies products made from U.S. cotton through all stages of
processing and marketing. COTTON USA has strong consumer
awareness and preference for COTTON USA, with more than 51,000
product lines and 3.8 billion products having proudly carried
the name COTTON USA since 1989.
Visit Hall 2 F187, to learn more/discuss COTTON USA!.