TINA.org investigated Rejuvenation’s parent company Williams-Sonoma and found that seven of its websites — including Rejuvenation — were marketing products as made in the USA when they were either imported or made with imported materials, according to inconspicuous origin information. To read more about that investigation and subsequent complaint, click here.
Williams-Sonoma to Pay $1 Million to Settle Deceptive Ad Lawsuit Sparked by TINA.org
FTC takes action against home goods and kitchenware company for misleading made in the USA claims.
TINA.org Files Deceptive Made in USA Complaint Against Williams Sonoma
MADISON, CONN. May 22, 2019 – Williams-Sonoma brands including Williams-Sonoma Home, Pottery Barn, PBteen, Pottery Barn Kids, Rejuvenation and West Elm are violating the FTC’s Made in USA standard according…
UPDATE: Williams-Sonoma to Pay $1 Million to Settle FTC Lawsuit over Misleading Made in USA Claims
Settlement comes after TINA.org alerted FTC to hundreds of products deceptively marketed as American-made.