Law Labeling Requirements in the US and Canada
What do you need to know about law labeling in the US and Canada markets?
In the 1900s, the United States began passing law labelling requirements to protect consumers. To date, 31 states and Canada require law labels.
Certain consumer products, such as clothing, bedding, furniture, are required to carry labels identifying the contents, source, item quantity, and other information to help consumers compare products and inform them of the hidden contents or filling materials.
This on-demand webinar will give an insight into law labeling requirements of upholstered furniture, filled bedding and certain products with filled materials in the US and Canada that covers:
- Scope of law labels
- Law labeling requirements
- Labeling mechanics
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