Gallant International Invests in Farmers to Boost Transparency of its Organic Cotton Products

Fashion companies are no stranger to the belief that image is everything. And amid growing concerns about their environmental and social impact, fashion companies are making changes: incorporating more sustainable materials, reviewing and improving worker conditions and wages, and encouraging consumers to repair or resell apparel they no longer want.

Some of these efforts continue to fall short, as reflected in a recent New York Times article that reveals the challenges of confirming that organic cotton is actually organic. To learn more about the challenges of the organic cotton industry and the movement toward sustainability in fashion, I talked with Vikrant Giri, Founder of Gallant International and its subsidiary brand, Terra

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