Released as part of a transparency pledge to publish the names within 12 months of the review, the list reveals details of roughly 1,100 factories.
It comes after a period of mapping and auditing that began in 2020, and resulted in 17 recommendations broken down into 34 deliverables for the agenda for change (A4C) programme.
Thus far, Boohoo has completed 28 of these deliverables, with the remaining items due to be finalised in the “coming months”.
Sir Brian Leveson, independent oversight provider of the A4C programme, said that he “continue[s] to applaud that enthusiasm” of Boohoo in making “very real progress” regarding the recommendations set out by the review.
John Lyttle, CEO at the fast fashion group, added: “The agenda for change programme was designed to ensure that the changes we made to our business are sustainable and embedded into our culture as we look to the future.
“The dedication of our teams to delivering real change has meant we have been able to achieve the challenging targets we set ourselves and I’d like to thank everyone who has been involved in this, both inside Boohoo Group and all of the external partners we have worked with, for their commitment.”