Puma now aims for 90 percent of all cotton and polyester used in its products to come from more sustainable sources by 2020. This new goal follows a previous target of 50 percent. The company reached its previous target two years ahead of schedule. At the end of 2018, 50 percent of all cotton and 66 percent of all polyester used in the brand's apparel came from more sustainable sources, including bluesign-certified polyester and cotton from the Better Cotton Initiative. Also in 2018, Puma reached its target of sourcing 90 percent of its leather and paper/cardboard from more sustainable sources, two years ahead of schedule, using Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified paper and cardboard as well as leather from tanneries with a medal rating from the Leather Working Group. More information on Puma's sustainability performance can be found in the company's latest annual report at https://annual-report-2018.puma.com.