Under the Textile Labelling and Advertising Regulations, Section 26(f), Azlon is defined as any fiber made from regenerated protein.
The name "Azlon" is regulated by the Federal Trade Commission, § 303.7(g) Rules and Regulations Under the Textile Fiber Products Identification Act. However, there is currently no domestic production.
Azlon is the common generic name for all man-made protein fibers. Aralac was a registered trademark of Aralac, Inc., a division of National Dairy Products Corporation. Its production from unrationed skimmed-milk supplies may have contributed to its popularization during the Second World War.
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