Labels here in the US can be very misleading. When a label says USA COTTON that only means the cotton was grown here in the U.S.. What? How do we know that?
When you see a tag that says made in the USA it means that the majority of the labor was from the USA. Therefore, cotton can be spun in other countries exploiting cheap labor and shipped back to the US to have a sewn in label added that says made In the USA.
We know this is confusing, so we have a group that checks the process from field to fabric. A label is then created that simplifies all of this. The label reads "From Field To Fabric 100% USA." This label protects the grower, spinner, weaver, and finisher. It lets the consumer know who they are supporting.