More Retailers Ban Mohair!

Following the release of PETA Asia’s shocking investigation of the mohair industry in South Africa—which revealed that workers threw terrified, crying angora goats across the floor and hauled them around by their legs—more than 130 brands worldwide agreed to ban mohair. And the list continues to grow: Some of the newest companies to commit to a mohair ban include Perry Ellis International and Europe-based Alex and Alexa, New Look, Nigel Hall, TOAST, White Stuff, and Whistles.

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— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind