AlexandAlexa Bans Angora and Pulls All Angora Items

October 2014

Following a meeting with PETA, AlexandAlexa, a U.K.-based children’s clothing retailer that sells high-end labels worldwide, agreed to stop selling angora. The company put its new commitment into action by immediately removing angora products from its website and by agreeing not to sell the angora products that it had planned to market in the spring of 2015!


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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

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