CCI working to move U.S. cotton

Cline, Harry
February 2005
Southeast Farm Press;2/2/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p23
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the marketing challenge CCI, Cotton Inc, Supima and others face in selling the U.S. cotton and American made yam and textiles. It has become an all-out marketing blitz for CCI as the export market for the U.S. cotton, yam and textiles take Robert Norris worldwide in his role as chief spokesman for CCI. High quality U.S. cotton is coveted by world textile mills willing to pay a four-cent per pound premium for contamination free U.S. cotton delivered with a worldwide sanctity behind its contracts backed by technical assistance from Cotton Inc.


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