Fur Labeling Act hearing ... Eightieth Congress, second session, on H.R. 3734, a bill to protect consumers, retailers, distributors, manufacturers, dealers, and producers from misnaming, misbranding improper identification, and deceptive or misleading advertising of fur products and articles made in part or in whole from fur, and other puposes, April 6 and 7, 1948 by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce

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  • Fur trade -- United States,
  • Labels

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Paginationiv, 209 p. ;
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Garment labels provide consumers with government-imposed purchasing information. If a company manufactures, imports or sells fur garments or accessories, it must comply with the labeling requirements under the Fur Products Labeling Act (“FPLA”), as imposed by the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”).

The Fur Products Labeling Act refers to an Act that prohibits misbranding and false advertising of fur products, and requires labeling of most fur products. The Fur Act requires fur manufacturers, dealers, and retailers to place labels on products made entirely or partly of fur disclosing: a.

the animal's name as provided in the Name Guide; b. The Fur Rules help consumers make informed buying decisions by requiring fur manufacturers and retailers to label fur products with certain information, such as the animal’s name, the name of the manufacturer, and the garment’s country of origin.

Fur Products Labeling Act, 15 U.S.C. Truth in Fur Labeling Act ofPublic Law The Fur Products Labeling Act (15 U.S.C. § 69), otherwise known as the Fur Act, is a United States act banning the misbranding of fur products and requiring a name guide for fur products, among other things.

The act does not apply to fur gained from trapping or hunting and does not apply to the face to face transactions between the customer and the seller, provided the seller. The Federal Trade Commission amends its Regulations under the Fur Products Labeling Act to update the Fur Products Name Guide, provide more labeling flexibility, incorporate Truth in Fur Labeling Act provisions, and conform the guaranty provisions to those governing textiles.

The Commission does. The Federal Trade Commission proposes to amend its Regulations under the Fur Products Labeling Act to update its Fur Products Name Guide, provide more labeling flexibility, incorporate recently enacted Truth in Fur Labeling Act provisions, and eliminate unnecessary requirements.

The Commission. “That this Act [this subchapter] may be cited as the ‘Fur Products Labeling Act’ ”. Separability Act Aug. 8,ch.§ 13, 65 Stat.provided that. (a) If the principal obtains release from CBP custody of any wool or fur product (hereafter “merchandise”) that is subject to the provisions of the Wool Products Labeling Act ofthe Fur Products Labeling Act, or the Fiber Products Identification Act, the principal guarantees that the merchandise complies with every provision of those Acts, as applicable.

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The Fur Products Labeling Act outlines the labeling requirements for fur products. Products made either entirely or partly with fur, including trim, lining and embellishments, must have a permanent label disclosing the following information, otherwise, it will be considered as misbranded or falsely or deceptively advertised or invoiced.

Oversight for Product Labeling North America Fur Products Labeling Act (US). How to Comply with the Fur Products Labeling Act Federal Trade Commission alert, February Rules and Regulations Under the Fur Products Identification Act Federal Trade Commission Code of Federal Regulations, Ti Part Effective Mar.

16, (Direct link to FTC) Delaware: Section. Get this from a library. An Act to Improve the Accuracy of Fur Product Labeling, and for Other Purposes. [United States.].

A Guide to United States Apparel and Household Textiles Compliance Requirements. Lisa M. Benson. Karen Reczek. This publication is available free of charge from. Fur Labeling Requirements Fur products — garments made either entirely or partly with fur — must have a label disclosing: The animal name, according to the Fur Products Name Guide.

The Guide — at Section of the rules — lists the animals whose fur could be used in a garment. The truth will set you free—free of any chance that you might accidentally buy real fur, that is.

President Obama has signed the Truth in Fur Labeling Act into law, which now requires that all products containing any animal fur—no matter how little—be labeled by species and country of the previous law, manufacturers weren’t required to label or.

Most people do not want to wear dead animals and the fur industry knows that and exploits a loop hole that allows them to deceive the public. There is a federal bill called the Truth in Fur Labeling Act that will close that loop hole. You can help get this bill signed into law. Get this from a library.

Rules and regulations under the Fur Products Labeling Act: effective August 9,as amended to July 4, [United States. Federal Trade Commission.].

H.R. (th). To improve the accuracy of fur product labeling, and for other purposes. Ina database of bills in the U.S. Congress. Although cat/dog fur has been banned in the United States, amendments made to the U.S. Fur Products Labeling Act exempt all fur products costing less than $ from labeling requirements.

This is the price range into which most fur-trimmed garments and accessories fall. Fur Products Labeling Act. Fur fibers that have been removed from the animal's skin are subject to the rules set forth in the Wool Products Labeling Act and the TFPIA.

Labeling of fur fibers attached to the skin is regulated by the Fur Products Labeling Act. The Fur Products Labeling Act requires that any garment made of fur list the type of animals used and the country in which the animals were killed.

However, a loophole in the law exempts garments made with up to $ worth of fur from being labeled. HRGuarantee of a Legitimate Deal Act, and H.R.Truth in Fur Labeling Act Title from title screen (viewed Mar. 12, ). Paper version available for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S.

Government Printing Office. (1) the name or names of the animal or animals that produced the fur, as set forth in the Fur Products Name Guide, promulgated by the Federal Trade Commission pursuant to section 7 of the federal “Fur Products Labeling Act,” Pub.L (15 U.S.C.

se); and (2) the name of the country of origin of any imported furs used. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Rules and regulations under the Fur Products Labeling Act by United States.

Federal Trade Commission.,Federal Trade Commission edition, in EnglishPages: The Fur Labeling Act requires that the following information be included on the label: Name as defined in the Fur Products Name Guide (species or family name cannot be used on the label). Fur origin, which is the country name for all furs imported into the U.S.

Labels on furs from the U.S. can specify the state instead of the country. Governments can also play a role in regulating the distribution and sale of farmed fur; the United States passed the Truth in Fur Labeling Act (HR ) inensuring that the source species is identified when a fur product is sold.

This informs the consumer that the product involved the death of an animal. The FTC expects that recent amendments to the Fur Act have increased the cost of complying with the Fur Rules as amended. Congress eliminated the FTC’s power to exempt from the labeling requirements items where either the cost of the fur trim to the manufacturer or the manufacturer’s selling price for the finished product is less than $ Several states require special labeling of real fur and faux fur wearing apparel, regardless of the dollar value of the fur product.

Similarly, there are continuing efforts to revise the federal Fur Products Labeling Act,15 U.S.C. § 69 et seq. to eliminate the exemption for fur products valued at less than $, which would require labeling.

The Federal Fur Products Labeling Act (15 U.S.C. 69) and the rules of that Act specifies that clothing which contains fur products under $ (USD) in value are not required to meet the Act’s labeling requirements. Therefore, the consumer is not always informed as to whether the “fur” in an apparel item is real or imitation.

The Food Labeling Handbook is a wonderful tool to use for FDA food labeled products. It is laid out very methodically and I use it as a fast reference for labeling all the time.

I would definitely recommend it to people who work with FDA products on a daily basis. Read more.5/5(1). (a) FDA violations.—Section of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (21 U.S.C.

) is amended by adding at the end the following: “(z) if its labeling is in violation of section 4 of the Food Date Labeling Act of (relating to quality dates and safety dates).”. The Wool Products Labeling Act of is a federal law that requires persons manufacturing or selling products containing wool to accurately label each item with the fiber content and origin.

Violations of the Act can result in seizure and destruction of mislabeled goods, civil fines and/or criminal penalties. Originally Posted: 23 November Truth in Fur Labeling Act of FROM National Anti-Vivisection Society.

Tell your U.S. Representative and U.S. Senators and ask them to support the speedy passage of The Truth in Fur Labeling Act of House Bill is H.R.Senate Bill is S. This is a reminder and clarification on important fur labeling requirements. Please find below a summary of requirements that every vendor should be aware of with respect to any merchandise containing real or faux fur: • For fur products, the label must include the animal name, in accordance with the Fur Products.

It’s time to pass the Truth in Fur Labeling Act. The Fur Products Labeling Act, 15 USC §§69bf requires fur clothing and accessories must be labeled generally with the name of the animals used, the country in which the animals were killed, and the manufacturer.

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It used to be called Rock Sable as well until the Products Fur Labeling act went into affect in   In Neiman Marcus and two other major retailers agreed to settle FTC charges that they violated the FTC Act and the Fur Products Labeling Act (Fur Act) by falsely claiming that some products.

InPresident Barack Obama signed “The Truth in Fur Labeling Act” into law which restricts the sale of products containing real fur if they are not accompanied by truthful labeling. Throughout the year’s many manufacturers have sold real fur as fake fur.

Summary: This law represents Wisconsin's fur labeling law. The law states that no person shall sell or offer or display for sale any coat, jacket or other garment made wholly or partially of fur without a label that states in English the species of fur or pelt used.

This section does not apply to such garments displayed, offered, or sold at a. FPLA - Fur Products Labeling Act. Looking for abbreviations of FPLA. It is Fur Products Labeling Act.

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Following that lead, USDA has imposed parallel labeling requirements/5(2). Labeling Mistakes Prove Costly for Clothing Manufacturers By Sheppard Mullin on July 3, Posted in Enforcement of Fashion Laws Wool, textile and fur garment importers, sellers, distributors and advertisers may think labels are just a small detail on their products, but the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) disagrees.

We’re serious, and so are two lawmakers - Rep. Mary Bono Mack, California Republican, and Rep. James P. Moran, Virginia Democrat - who have just introduced the Truth in Fur Labeling Act of Author: John Mccaslin.

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