By  on August 29, 2019

TORONTO — Imagine if every strand of yarn used in a coat’s lining, insulation and shell fabric had a serial number embedded onto it that allowed consumers to trace their technical origins with 100 percent transparency.

Incredible though it may sound, innovations like this are helping Canadian outerwear company Norden Project grow its brand of jackets made entirely from repurposed plastic waste.

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