Fashion Cloud supports Sustainability Attributes on GTIN level. These attributes can be certifications, memberships, standards or systems that are used to ensure that articles are produced in a sustainable way. The attributes can be shared via our Content API.

Sustainability Attributes in Practice

What is our definition of a Sustainability Attribute?
A Sustainability Attribute at Fashion Cloud must cover sustainable aspects, come from an independent third-party and be available for all industry partners.
Widely known examples are: Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), MADE IN GREEN by OEKO-TEX®, Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Sustainable Cotton Standard (SCS), Grüner Knopf and many others.

Which Sustainability Attributes are accepted?

Fashion Cloud offers guidance on which Sustainability Attributes can be shared. You can find a list of currently supported Attributes here.
Your products fulfill a Sustainability Attribute that fits our definition, but is not yet on the list? Just get in touch with us.

How can the Sustainability Attributes be used on the platform?

Brands can share up to 4 Sustainability Attributes per product through our Content API with retailers. For each Attribute, several specific information are either mandatory or optional: certificate value (mandatory), coverage (percentage, optional), visible on hangtag (yes or no, optional), label grade (text, optional), certificate institute (optional) and certificate number (optional).

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