|Agency:||Federal Trade Commission|
|Rule:||Docket 9340; Proposed Consent Agreement In the Matter of The M Group, Inc., also doing business as Bamboosa, a corporation and Mindy Johnson, Michael Moore, and Morris Saintsing, individually and as members of the corporation|
Comments:I don't understand why the FTC feels the need to pick on an American company who is trying to manufacture a beneficial product when there are THOUSANDS of companies out there selling "safe," "natural," and false organic products that are full of harmful chemicals. I am a firm believer in bamboo and the qualities it possesses. The FTC can claim that the bamboo doesn't have antimicrobial properties, but have any of you worn a bamboo shirt on a super hot day? Or bamboo socks with thick boots? I know you are going through scientific data, but do this simple test to see the results. I have loved my Bamboosa products and love they are an American company- employing Americans! Yes, they get the bamboo fiber from China, but they manufacture on American soil. I just hope bamboo can start being grown on American soil so we can have a new cash crop. I think the FTC should look further into the classification of bamboo rather than picking on small companies. Or go after the big guys ripping everyone off!