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December 14, 1989 | From Associated Press
Move over, L.L. Bean. The new guy on the block is a catalogue company that sells everything from recycled toilet paper to a $2,295 trip to the Costa Rican rain forest--and gives free birch tree seeds with every order. Sound quirky? Its owners used to think so, but the catalogue for the environmentally conscious is winning praise from special interest groups who hope it soon will be as mainstream as the Freeport, Me., outfit.
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October 20, 1992 | OTTO STRONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The move to be environmentally friendly started off slowly. First newspapers were recycled, then bottles and cans. Now you can dress in environmentally friendly garb from head to toe. Yes, even recycled shoes. Environmentally correct clothing, once considered a foolish venture by critics, is now being sold by retail giants such as Levi Strauss & Co., VF Corp. (owner of Wrangler and Lee), Esprit and Nike.
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October 20, 1992 | OTTO STRONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The move to be environmentally friendly started off slowly. First newspapers were recycled, then bottles and cans. Now you can dress in environmentally friendly garb from head to toe. Yes, even recycled shoes. Environmentally correct clothing, once considered a foolish venture by critics, is now being sold by retail giants such as Levi Strauss & Co., VF Corp. (owner of Wrangler and Lee), Esprit and Nike.
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December 14, 1989 | From Associated Press
Move over, L.L. Bean. The new guy on the block is a catalogue company that sells everything from recycled toilet paper to a $2,295 trip to the Costa Rican rain forest--and gives free birch tree seeds with every order. Sound quirky? Its owners used to think so, but the catalogue for the environmentally conscious is winning praise from special interest groups who hope it soon will be as mainstream as the Freeport, Me., outfit.
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