It may seem like a no-brainer, but alpacaca fur production is not the most environmentally friendly way to make a product.
And now, it’s a new standard for fur processing materials to become a food safety standard.
According to the National Alpacacaca Fur Industry Association, the standard would be a “critical step in the path to reducing environmental impacts from fur production.”
The association said the standard is intended to help consumers and the fur industry understand what is required to ensure a safe, sustainable fur production process.
Alpacs, or small domesticated alpacas, are considered a threatened species because of their small size and limited natural habitat.
Alpacas are the world’s most abundant domesticated domesticated species, and they are considered critically endangered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
According the U:S.
Fish and Wildlife Service, there are more than 100 domesticated animals in captivity.
Currently, they are listed as threatened or endangered in 17 countries.
The standards for fur manufacturing materials and processes are being developed by the National Animal Agriculture Research Council, a non-profit organization dedicated to research on the animal agriculture industry.
The NAAARC is a partnership of industry, government and academic institutions.
The agency’s goal is to ensure that fur processing products, including fur dyeing, fur processing material, and fur dye products are as safe and efficient as possible, and that the products have no negative environmental impact.
The organization said its goal is “to ensure that all of the products manufactured from these materials are of the highest quality and are produced in a way that protects the health and welfare of the animals and people working with them.”
The standards are expected to be finalized in 2017.
The U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service says the NAAARC standards will be an important tool for fur producers to reduce the environmental impact of their products.
The group said in a statement that the standards “are expected to help meet the needs of producers, processors and consumers in the United States, while also promoting an industry that is more sustainable and responsible in its operations.”