16 CFR 301.22 - Disclosure of damaged furs.

§ 301.22 Disclosure of damaged furs.
(a) The term damaged fur, as used in this part, means a fur, which, because of a known or patent defect resulting from natural causes or from processing, is of such a nature that its use in a fur product would decrease the normal life and durability of such product.
(b) When damaged furs are used in a fur product, full disclosure of such fact shall be made as a part of the required information in labeling, invoicing, or advertising such product; as for example:
Mink
Fur origin: Canada
Contains Damaged Fur

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