FTC Final Revised “Green Guides” Tackle Certification Disclosures
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FTC’s final revised “Green Guides” urge companies to disclose material connections to third-party certifiers when touting environmental seals on products, among other recommendations. While not legally binding, the guides are intended to help firms avoid FTC enforcement action.
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