LVMH cuts ties to crocodile farms criticized by animal rights group

The logo of Louis Vuitton is seen on a handbag at a Louis Vuitton store in BordeauxLuxury good maker LVMH said its Louis Vuitton brand had ceased all trading with Vietnamese farms which animal rights activist group Peta alleged mistreated crocodiles, whose skins are used to make handbags and other accessories. "The LVMH group and its suppliers ceased all trading in 2014 with the farms named by Peta," LVMH said on Friday, adding that it sources its crocodile skins from other Asian suppliers. Peta (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) said on Thursday it had bought one share in LVMH to enable it to put pressure on the French company to stop selling products made with exotic animal skins.


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January 13, 2017 9:21 pm

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