Is there a "chicken-and-egg" problem with sustainability across CPG industries? Not really

For most sustainable solutions, each part of the value chain seems to shift blame to the other for lack of adoption or slow progress. The fashion industry has a less than 1% adoption rate for organic cotton, with brand owners blaming upstream supply issues and upstream manufacturers and farmers blam...

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