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Fish leather is a by-product of the Peruvian Amazon fish farming industry. It minimizes landfill waste and keeps resources in use for longer. The paiche fish leather comes from small fish farming operations, and generates work for artisans from the Peruvian jungle. On the other hand, fish leather does use the same amount of resources associated with raising cattle, and does not harm any endangered species, which could threaten biodiversity.
Additionally, fish leather is nine times stronger than regular cow leather, due to its criss-cross arrangement of fibers. This makes fish leather a more sustainable option than cow leather, all the while contributing to generating a circular economy, which also generates more jobs for skilled artisans.