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VF Corp. stops use of animal materials

VF Corp. on May 9 announced that its brands will no longer use fur, angora and exotic leather in its products.

The apparel and footwear retailer released a new policy on animal-derived materials, developed in partnership with The Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society International. It outlines prohibited animal materials and sets guidelines for the procurement and use of approved materials by the company's brands and global supply chain partners.

Leather, down and wool are the animal-derived materials most often used by the company and its brands, VF said.