Today's Cotton Newsline is 3 cuts. All cuts are Dale Thompson, Manager of Marketing and Processing Technology at the National Cotton Council.
Suggested Introduction 1:
A Contamination Prevention Alert from the National Cotton Council was recently issued with the aim of urging producers, ginners, warehousers and their employees to pay particular attention to contamination prevention this harvest season. Dale Thompson, Manager of Marketing and Processing Technology at the National Cotton Council, explains the Council's goals in the recent alert.
Suggested Introduction 2:
The alert was sent after it was learned that the most recent International Textile Manufacturers Federation survey of worldwide cotton contamination found that there was a slight increase in contamination for most of the world's cotton growths.
Suggested Introduction 3:
Available on the National Cotton Council website's Quality Preservation page, the alert emphasizes that even though US cotton still is considered as one of the least contaminated cotton growths, the U.S. cotton industry must be diligent if it wants to maintain that status.