US: Crailar wins flax labelling on products
By Leonie Barrie | 12 July 2012
A decision by the US Federal Trade Commission that products made from Crailar natural fibres can be labelled as "flax" rather than "linen" is seen as an important step in emphasising the material's unique nature to consumers.
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