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Webinar: Cotton origin, supply chain transparency and traceability

Webinar | Available on-demand

Cotton traceability and transparency for textile supply chains

Available on-demand

Ensuring supply chain transparency is now a business-critical endeavour, with some countries even making supply chain verification and traceability a mandatory requirement. It’s likely that more regulations will be forthcoming globally.

With that in mind, Eurofins Consumer Product Testing has created a full suite of services for understanding and managing your cotton supply chain. This is delivered through a combination of tracing your supply chain, auditing through recognised cotton industry certification schemes and confirming cotton origin through our brand-new cotton origin verification testing service.

Cotton origin verification testing

This new service can validate cotton origin claims and ensure supply chain integrity using cotton samples from all key cotton growing regions, across the whole value chain; from raw cotton to finished articles. We verify consistency with claimed origin through a combination of analytical techniques including Stable Isotope Ratio Analysis (SIRA).

Join our sustainability experts for this free one-hour webinar

  • Why cotton supply chain traceability is important
  • Risk-mapping cotton supply chains
  • Eurofins cotton origin verification service and environmental signature
  • Cotton industry certification schemes
  • Q&A

View a recording of this Sustainable Cotton webinar now and find out more about our sustainable cotton services.

Your presenters

Peter Hughes | Head of Sustainability Business Development, Eurofins | BLC

Peter has over 15 years working in the field of sustainable development with applicable experience in the private, third and public sectors. Peter works with brands and suppliers to identify and manage sustainability risks, develop strategic responses and monitor and report progress. With a particular focus on supply chain traceability and sustainability strategy, Peter helps organisations in the apparel sector make measurable progress towards long-term solutions in sustainability and effectively communicate the results.


Dr Victoria Addy | Chief Technical Officer, Eurofins Sustainability Services

Victoria joined Eurofins | BLC in 1992 after obtaining a BSc (Hons) in Biology, before gaining a PhD in Biochemistry. Now Chief Technical Officer for Eurofins Sustainability Services, Victoria oversees sustainable chemistry, biomaterials, leather and novel material development for consumer products, specialising in chemical compliance and supply chain regulatory support.

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