H&M Is Being Even More Transparent About Its Factories and Suppliers

H&M is taking one more step toward building a truly sustainable fast-fashion business. On Tuesday, the Swedish retailer announced it will share its list of factories and suppliers for items sold on the website, including the majority of the home items.What does this mean? According to the press release, H&M will share details such as production country, supplier names, factory names and addresses as well as the number of factory workers. Plus, interested customers will be able to obtain information about the specific garments used to make the products, with the hopes that shoppers will be able to make more informed purchasing decisions.Now, as of April 23, H&M’s 47 online markets will provide this information. Customers shopping in a physical store will also be able to see the garment\'s history via the H&M app by scanning a price tag.“We are so proud to be the first global fashion retailer of our size and scale to launch this level of product transparency,” Isak Roth, Head of Sus