WASHINGTON — The Federal Trade Commission warned companies against making unsubstantiated marketing claims or certifications for “environmentally or eco-friendly” products in new guidance it released Monday.
The new guidance came in the FTC’s revised “Green Guides” that were first introduced in 1992 and are designed to help companies avoid making misleading environmental claims about their products.
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