Today’s Cotton Newsline is 5 cuts. All cuts are Ted Schneider, a Louisiana cotton producer and board member of the U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol.
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Enrollment is open for cotton growers to the U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol for the 2021 cotton crop. Existing members will also need to re-enroll their operations. The U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol sets a new standard for more sustainably grown cotton amid greater demand for transparency. Ted Schneider, U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol board member and a Louisiana cotton producer, says enrollment is simple and easy.
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Schneider says the Protocol brings verifiable goals and measurement to sustainable cotton production, something that customers of U.S. cotton seek.
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The customers of U.S. cotton are under pressure by their customers to prove the products they source are produced sustainably.
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The program was designed as to not be a burden on cotton growers, starting with the self-assessment.
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He adds that the U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol is valuable for the entire U.S. cotton supply chain.
Growers can follow the Protocol on social media including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. You can contact the protocol by emailing email@example.com. Visit the website to sign up or learn more at www.trustuscotton.org.