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FDA targets companies selling eye drops illegally marketed to treat conditions like pink eye.
Company makes changes to its made in the USA marketing following FTC inquiry.
Consumers need to do their research when they see leather products advertised as made in USA.
Only the fittest ad claims survive.
U.S.-origin claims questioned after consumer receives box labeled “Made in Vietnam.”
Unauthorized health claims come down in wake of FDA warning letter.
Some colorful ingredients undermine specialty retailer’s “all-natural” claim.
You are not born an Amazon Prime subscriber.
Tricking consumers into paying hundreds of dollars for services that are available for free.
Even the CEO acknowledges that some consumers have confused the company for the federal government.
Pet parents might be ticked off by this ad.
Retailer removes all U.S.-origin claims from its products and makes several commitments in response to FTC inquiry.
The ‘sole’ problem of marketing these sandals as made in the USA.
FTC publishes first closing letters since Made in USA Labeling Rule went into effect in August.
Zooming in on the fine print of a “Made in USA” tag.