Burberry is rolling out new labeling globally to show how products meet sustainability criteria. The new, pistachio-colored labels provide information on how products meet so-called “positive attributes,” including the amount of recycled nature fibers in materials, delivery against carbon emissions standards and social policies such as paying workers a living wage. According to Burberry, two thirds of its products currently have at least two positive attributes, a goal set for all its products by 2022. The new labeling coincides with the launch of ReBurberry Edit, an edit of 26 of its spring/summer 2020 looks made with the latest sustainable materials.