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Marks and Spencer put an end on Alpaca Wool following Peta Claims

Marks and Spencer to phase out the use of alpaca wool following the claim of Peta animal rights group.

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Marks and Spencer to phase out the use of alpaca wool following the claim of Peta animal rights group.

The animal rights group has claimed about mistreating the animals at the farm. Therefore, the British brand has vowed to end alpaca products including jumpsuits, beanies, and cardigans. Peta’s director of corporate projects appreciated the decision of M&S. He also added that this step will eventually prevent alpaca from a lot of torture while making of wool. Furthermore, he advised other retailers to impose a ban on the use of alpaca fiber.

Other brands can surely learn from Marks and Spenser. Peta underwent an authentic investigation before leveling allegations. Peta is considered to be the world’s largest privately-owned alpaca farm. While investigation, they get to know about the mistreatment and torture that alpaca’s face. Moreover, the negligent shearing left animals with deep wounds. Also, they were stitched without giving any pain reliefs.

Therefore, Marks and Spencer have set a very good example for all British retailers. M&S has been following the footsteps of companies like H&M and Gap. Perhaps, Esprit has also committed to banning alpaca-made products.

This step is commendable in part of M&S. Animal rights had always been negligible even in developing states. This move will surely set a good precedence for existing and upcoming retailers across the globe.  

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