FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION. Conference on Cashmere Labeling. Wool & Textile Product Labeling Requirements . Carol Jennings & Steve Ecklund Division of Enforcement. Wool Products Labeling Act of 1939 15 U.S.C. § 68 et seq. FTC Rules, 16 CFR Part 300. Textile Fiber Products Identification Act
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Carol Jennings & Steve Ecklund
Division of Enforcement
Textile Fiber Products Identification Act
15 U.S.C. § 70 et seq.
FTC Rules, 16 CFR Part 303
Fabrics & Yarns
All wool products not specifically excluded
Carpets, rugs & mats
Wool products made for exportThe Wool Act
1. wool returned to a fibrous state after having been woven or felted into a product whether or not used by a consumer
2. wool returned to a fibrous state after having been spun or knitted into a product that was used by a consumer
U.S. Customs requirements