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  1. Labelling of textiles - In-depth Guide

    If you sell textiles you need to label them correctly with the fibre content, including fur and other animal parts. In the guide. What is a textile product? How ...

  2. Labelling of textiles - Print

    The Textile Products (Labelling and Fibre Composition) Regulations 2012 require all textile products to carry a label indicating the fibre content.

  3. Fur labelling - News & Update

    Mar 12, 2018 ... Some retailers sold unlabelled textile garments - including hats with pompoms and coats with fur attached to the hoods - as faux fur when in ...

  4. Search Results

    Business Companion covers trading standards law for England, Scotland and Wales. For guidance on the law in Northern Ireland, please see

  5. Labelling of footwear - In-depth Guide

    leather: Leather. coated leather: Coated leather. textile: Textile. other materials: Other materials. Back to top. Other legislation.

  6. New nightwear - In-depth Guide

    The standard BS EN 14878: Textiles. Burning behaviour of children's nightwear. Specification contains flammability performance requirements for children's ...

  7. Leaving the EU: the law from January 2021 - Basic page

    Labelling of textiles · Leather goods · Manufacturing your own pet foods · Mini motos, off-road vehicles, etc · Novelty, decorative and ornamental giftware

  8. New upholstered furniture - In-depth Guide

    ... scatter cushions and seat pads (filling material only); permanent covers for furniture (textiles, leather, etc), loose and stretch covers for furniture, ...

  9. Weights and measures - Quick Guide

    The rules on selling goods by weight or measure: quantity, labelling, equipment and inspections.

  10. August 2021 - News & Update

    Aug 27, 2021 ... Labelling of prepacked foods: product name (E/W) Labelling of prepacked foods: QUID (E&W) Labelling of sweets (E&W) Labelling of textiles