Canada Goose, a renowned winter clothing manufacturer, has announced that it will be using sustainable packaging by 2025.
While stating the same in its 2020 Sustainability Report, the fashion retailer reiterated on its continual commitment to sustainability.
The retailer said that its aim to use sustainable packaging by 2025 will be rolled out across its business operations that include manufacturing, marketing and direct-to-consumer.
The report also stated that the retailer, known for its jackets, parkas, vests and hats amongst others, will adopt renewable energy commitments by 2022.
The focus will be on developing strategies to reuse, recycle and upcycle unused or old materials and products.
In this regard, the retailer had earlier in January launched its most sustainable parka that used 65 per cent less water and 30 per cent less carbon in production, compared to the earlier parka.
Here it is imperative to state that the retailer has also become the official partner of Bluesign raw materials. Following this, it has created the reclaimed fur standard as a part of its goal to end the purchasing of new fur by 2022.
Based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada Goose generated C$ 591.2 million in 2018.