Skip to main content

California Loosens Laws on Made in USA Labeling

California manufacturers will now catch a bit of a break when it comes to labeling their American-made goods—the state’s governor loosened the outdated definition of what can be marked “Made in USA.”

On Tuesday, Gov. Jerry Brown approved legislation that expands the Golden state’s definition of Made in USA to align more closely with the federal standard 49 other states follow for their domestically made products.

Read more at Sourcing Journal.