M.J. Bale looks to produce its first carbon neutral men's knitwear

Philippe Perez
By Philippe Perez
May 13 2022 - 8:00am
PEDDLING ALONG: M.J. Bale chief executive riding along with cyclist Grant Meddock, who delivered 35kg of which over 200 kilometres to Hobart by bicycle from Kingston Superfine Farm in the Tasmanian Midlands.

Australian-owned menswear brand, M.J. Bale, has begun a work partnership with a Tasmanian farm and seaweed producer in an aim to produce the world's first net zero-emission woollen knitwear.

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