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Celebrating 50 Years of the Seal of Cotton
In 1973, the Seal of Cotton trademark was created as a symbol for Cotton Incorporated. 50 years later, it’s an iconic mark among consumers and is globally recognized in the textile industry.
With the introduction of the Blue Jeans Go Green™ denim recycling program in 2006, the Seal of Cotton has grown to encompass everything we love about the stylish, sustainable fiber and how initiatives like denim recycling keep it in the loop.
THE WEEK JUNIOR T-SHIRT DESIGN CONTEST
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Texas FFA Recycling Program
Selecting Cotton's Blue Jeans Go Green™ denim recycling program as their community service project for 2021, the TX FFA core team promoted to their fellow students and community the importance of cotton sustainability and awareness about textile recycling during spring of 2021. In July the TX FFA held their Annual Convention in Fort Worth, TX. Over 5,000 pieces of denim were brought in-person to the convention by the 11,000+ attendees.