Punto F.A. scores 2.5 out of 100 points in this ranking – showing no significant performance on more sustainable cotton, and has therefore not yet started.
Punto F.A. does not have a policy in place acknowledging the negative impacts of cotton cultivation and has not expressed any intent or time-bound target to increase its uptake of sustainable cotton. Some small steps indicate they are however moving in the right direction. In 2015, Punto F.A. introduced the use of organic cotton in its Mango and Mango Baby collections and in February 2017 a completely sustainable organic collection was launched under Mango. Activities in 2016 remain unclear. By sourcing some of its products organically, Punto F.A. does address negative impacts of cotton production on water, pesticides or diversity on a small scale. Mango has a textile collection initiative in place but no cotton recycling.
Punto F.A. does not publish any information about volumes of more sustainable cotton sourced, either in percentage or absolute terms.
Punto F.A. does not publish information on the absolute volume and origin of the cotton used in its products. The company does not provide information on its suppliers (finished product, fabric manufacturers, yarn spinners).