WASHINGTON — The Federal Trade Commission reached a settlement on Thursday with a company that manufactures bamboo clothing and bath products over charges the firm made false environmental claims and mislabeled its merchandise.
According to the FTC, The M Group Inc., operating as Bamboosa, agreed to refrain from making future claims its products were bamboo, unless they were backed by evidence. The company also agreed not to say its products are made from bamboo fiber when they are actually made of rayon derived from bamboo.
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