Boohoo says mislabelling was ‘isolated incident’

Retailer Boohoo has been found to have mislabelled items of clothing made in South Asia as “Made in the UK”, according to the BBC.
A Panorama investigation found the company removed the original labels on T-shirts and hoodies at the retailer’s controversial factory at Thurmaston Lane in Leicester between January and October last year.
A spokesman for Boohoo said: “This was an isolated incident, which impacted less than 1% of the group’s global garments intake.
“These errors were found to be the result of human error and we have taken steps to ensure this does not happen again.”
Boohoo is considering closing its Leicester factory and relocating operations.
The company said fewer than 100 employees at the Thurmaston Lane factory may be affected by the closure and it expects “some roles will be relocated”.
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