Case Study / 13 Jul 2016


Trucost provided natural capital benefit analysis to support EILEEN FISHER’s strategy to source organic fibers.

EILEEN FISHER, Inc., a women’s clothing and accessories company with social consciousness at the heart of its brand, has demonstrated leadership and made headlines in the apparel industry with its public commitment to source 100% organic cotton and linen by 2020.

Trucost found that EILEEN FISHER’s organically sourced cotton has natural capital cost benefits 2.5 times greater than conventionally grown cotton, providing science-based rationale and affirming EILEEN FISHER’s strategy to source organic fibers.


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