M&S Debuts Eco-Shoes Made With Coffee Grounds, Plastic Bottles

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Still, the collection is far from vegan-friendly. Footglove’s sandals, flats, pumps, sneakers, and boots feature “premium” leather uppers, albeit ones produced in tanneries accredited to Leather Working Group standards.

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“Every element of these shoes has been made in a more sustainable way,” says Rachel Pedley, a footwear technologist at Marks & Spencer. “And of course, because this is M&S, they’re great quality, beautifully comfy, durable and look great.”

An endeavor 18 months in the making, Footglove has at least one convert: the factory that makes the shoes. Marks & Spencer’s supplier is now up to Plan A standards, according to Pedley, meaning that it’s more waste-, water-, and energy-efficient than it was before.

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One Response to “M&S Debuts Eco-Shoes Made With Coffee Grounds, Plastic Bottles”

  1. cowie says:

    What a shame they still went for support of animal cruelty in this (semi) eco conscious footwear range. Come on M&S, time to go a compassionate step further!

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