Real Leather is Greener than Imitations

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Processing hides from livestock into leather is one of the oldest practiced forms of recycling. Hides are natural and inevitable by-products of meat and diary consumption.

In fact, in the U.S., every hide used in leather production comes from animals raised for food; the leather industry does not slaughter a single animal. Rather, the industry purchases these hides - which other wise would go to waste - and transforms them into durable, versatile and beautiful real leather. 

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Source: LHCA - USA - www.usleather.org

 


 

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