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14 Sep 2022

Lululemon responded

...We have zero-tolerance for forced labour of any kind in our supply chain, which is made clear in our Vendor Code of Ethics (VCoE), applicable to both direct and indirect suppliers. We regularly monitor vendors globally through a due diligence process to assess adherence to our VCoE. Further information about our approach to forced labor in supply chains can be found in our 2021 detailed submission to the Know the Chain benchmark, as well as in our 2021 Modern Slavery Statement.

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