Canada Goose, has pledged to cut out the use of Animal Fur in their products by the year 2022. Following suit with other going green companies, after years of criticism from the consumer base, and animal rights activists groups.
We will see when 2022 rolls around.
The Toronto-based winter clothing company, whose most popular products include its fur-trimmed coats, announced in a tweet Thursday that in 2021, it plans to end the purchase of all fur, with all manufacturing of fur products ending by 2022.
“As a brand driven by our purpose, we are committing to a future without fur,” Canada Goose tweeted.
This move comes as part of Canada Goose’s sustainability goals, which include transitioning to 90 percent of product materials being made up of organic fibers and moving to 100-percent recycled packaging by 2025, according to the company’s 2020 Sustainability Report released in April.
Advocacy groups praised Canada Goose’s plans to phase out animal fur, including Humane Society International, which wrote in a tweet, “This is a historic moment in our fight to end cruel fur fashion and we commend Canada Goose for its decision to go fur-free!”
Read more here: https://thehill.com/policy/energy-environment/560342-canada-goose-to-end-use-of-animal-fur-by-2022