FTC Seeks Public Comments Regarding the Proposed Changes to the Fur Product Labeling and Advertising Rules
FTC Seeks Public Comments Regarding the Proposed Changes to the Fur Product Labeling and Advertising RulesOn September 7, 2012 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced the proposed changes to the Fur product labeling and advertising rules and is seeking public comments. The changes are intended to allow more flexibility on labeling and also incorporate the provisions of the Truth in Fur Labeling Act, passed by Congress in 2010.
Below are the specific changes that are being proposed by the FTC
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