U.S. cotton is produced sustainably and is fairly grown. Family farmers own the land. Their fields have been in their families for generations, so it’s in their own best interest to protect them for future generations.
Furthermore, U.S. cotton is governed by a strict regulatory system. Environmental and workplace regulations are strictly enforced by federal and state agencies and the penalties for non-compliance are both civil and criminal. And the U.S cotton industry’s commitment to discovering and implementing new technologies and techniques is exemplarly.
All of this and more is highlighted in AAPN member Cotton Council International’s new spotlight campaign. Read More