Supply Chain Crisis Explained Through The Journey Of A Single Sweater

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Supply Chain Crisis Explained Through The Journey Of A Single Sweater” – below is their description.

Everlane gave NBC News’ Stephanie Ruhle a behind-the-scenes look at what the clothing industry is up against amid the supply chain crisis. With multiple stops around the world, it could take a single sweater seven months to make it to a store shelf.

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