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Healthy Seas Socks

June 18, 2014

After swimsuits and a mini-collection about T-shirt for women, here it comes socks produced with ECONYL as well, made out of yarn coming from garbage, such as fishing net recovered thanks to the so called ECONYL project.

The German chain Kaufland, starting from the next 23th of June, will sell on the shelves of its shops these Healthy Seas socks, produced by using not only (ex) fish nets.

Kaufland is focusing its efforts and attention since ever upon sustainability and upon the production chain, trying to offer to consumers a choice that contributes to the make environment more clean and Healthy Seas stockings are in line with this philosophy.

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Dopo i costumi da bagno e una mini-collezione di T-Shirt da donna, arrivano anche le calze prodotte con ECONYL, il filato di nylon rigenerato da rifiuti, come le reti da pesca, recuperati grazie all’omonimo progetto internazionale.

Sarà infatti la catena tedesca Kaufland a partire dal prossimo 23 giugno a distribuire sui propri scaffali le calze Healthy Seas, prodotte, appunto, utilizzando anche (ex) reti da pesca.

Kaufland si focalizza da sempre sulla sostenibilità e sulla filiera dei propri prodotti, cercando di offrire ai consumatori una scelta che contribuisca al benessere dell’ambiente e le calze Healthy Seas sposano appieno questa filosofia.

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