I have received certified materials from my supplier, can I label my product with a standard logo?
Textile Exchange currently requires all sites to be certified through to the seller in the last business-to-business transaction in order to be allowed to label with the relevant standard logo; generally, the last stage to be certified is the garment manufacturer or the brand. Therefore, if you are a brand that sells products to retailers, then you must be certified if you want to make a product-related claim/label. Please also note that all requests for logo use and subsequent approval of artwork must go through your certification body.
IMPORTANT NOTE: By July 1, 2022 all brands are required to be certified to the applicable standard in order to make product-related claims/label. See the the Quick Guide to Product Labeling and CCS 3.0 for more details: https://textileexchange.org/documents/quick-guide-to-product-labeling-and-ccs-3-0/
For more guidance, please read the Standards Claims Policy: https://textileexchange.org/documents/standards-claims-policy/