US: Carter's receives complaints about its 'tag-less' labels
By just-style.com | 27 October 2008
Children's wear retailer Carter's has reported incidents of babies and infants developing rashes on their upper backs after wearing its clothing with heat-transferred, or 'tag-less,' labels.
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