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LYCRA Fiber in Now Bio-based


, producers of polymers and fibers, and owner of the brand has introduced the commercial offering of a bio-derived spandex available globally and for use in a wide variety of apparel fabrics and garments. Approximately 70 percent by weight of bio-derived spandex fiber comes from a renewable source made from dextrose derived from corn. The use of a renewable feedstock in the making of this new bio-derived fiber results in a lower CO2 emissions footprint than spandex produced using traditional raw materials. The new fiber is made to ’s high standards and specifications. Therefore, does not anticipate a need to re-engineer fabrics and finishing processes, or garment patterns.