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All American Clothing launches Traceability technology
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Jul '12

All American Clothing Co. said it is the first jeans manufacturer in the world to offer consumers new USA Made technology enabling buyers of jeans to know where they were grown and sewn in the U.S. The company believes providing this jeanetics will help educate and motivate buyers to join the company in supporting USA jobs in cotton growing and manufacturing jeans.

The USA Traceability technology is designed to track authenticity in every process involved in the manufacturing process to verify they're USA Made jeans, from farmer's field to consumer's closet.

"For the first time, consumers will receive proof their jeans are 100% USA 'grown and sewn' by Americans and not by foreign suppliers or manufacturers," the company said.

To trace the origin of their jeans, consumers can log on to the company's website and enter the "traceability number" that comes with their jeans. A map opens to show the exact farm that grew the cotton used in their jeans.

Thanks to the collaboration of All American Clothing and other USA companies in the processing channel, consumers are guaranteed they've supported USA labor and raw goods. All American Clothing said it has reviewed each participant in the production channel to confirm they meet or exceed the requirements of the FTC Act. They contracted a third party, Made in USA Certified ™ http://www.usa-c.com to investigate and certify compliance with the Federal Trade Commission requirements. All American Clothing earned a "Made in USA Certified Seal."

Purchasing USA-made products supports our country and jobs, the company said. As consumers and citizens, purchasers of American-made products help maintain USA jobs and companies that finance such tax supported assets as schools, roads, policemen, firemen, health functions and unemployment compensation.

All American Clothing Co. is a model success story for small companies struggling today. They strive to foster loyalty among customers who support middle class workers. All American Clothing Co. is conceivably the poster child for a "small business success story" in a distressed economy.

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