Results for ""Made in the USA""

Target Made in the USA Error Data

June 26th, 2017

Below are 100 examples of Made in the USA misrepresentations on found by in the spring of 2017. v. Manufacturer Information # Product Product Packaging / Manufacturer’s Website 1 Floor Sweepers Dry Cloths – 16 ct – up & up Made in the USA Made in China 2 Maybelline The Rock

Lands’ End “Made in the USA” Claims

December 5th, 2016

December 2016: A federal judge granted final approval of the settlement. April 2016: A federal judge granted preliminary approval of the settlement. A final fairness hearing is scheduled for November 29, 2016. February 2016: The parties moved for preliminary approval of a settlement of this lawsuit. According to the proposed settlement terms, class members may

Balloon Time “Made in the USA” Claims

March 2nd, 2015

A class-action lawsuit (which was originally filed in 2012) alleges that Party City and Worthington Cylinder Corporation falsely advertise “Balloon Time” helium tanks as “Made in the USA” when they actually contain parts that are made in other countries. (Card et al v. Worthington Cylinder Corporation and Party City Corporation et al, Case No. 37-2012-00084838,

Boll & Branch

May 28th, 2020

Radio host’s suggestion that advertiser’s bedding products are made in the USA misses the mark.

Williams-Sonoma to Pay $1 Million to Settle Deceptive Ad Lawsuit Sparked by

April 2nd, 2020

Retailer To Stop Misleading Made in USA Claims MADISON, CONN. April 1, 2020  Acting on a complaint filed by ad watchdog (, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has reached a settlement with Williams-Sonoma Inc. for violating the FTC’s Made in the USA standard. In addition to paying $1 million to the Commission, the retail

Titan Tool

March 3rd, 2020

The fine print changes everything.

Iron Company

October 18th, 2019

FTC spots potentially misleading made in the USA claims in company’s marketing.

BedHead Pajamas

October 16th, 2019

Sleepwear company makes changes to made in the USA marketing in wake of FTC inquiry.

Why the FTC Needs a Made in USA Rule

October 10th, 2019

Businesses that can legitimately claim their products are made in USA have a distinct advantage over competitors selling foreign-made goods. Such U.S.-made claims add value to products because consumers perceive American-made goods to be of a higher quality and buying them make consumers feel patriotic. Unsurprisingly then, many companies want to affix an American-made designation

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