Target is putting forth discounts to clients who purchased bed sheets named as "Egyptian cotton" that were really made with cotton of the non-Egyptian sort.
Target says it learned in regards to the issue a month ago that 750,000 sheets and pillowcases supplied by Welspun India were named as Egyptian cotton, however were produced using some other sort. The organization pulled the things from its stores.
The organization will offer discounts on specific items under the name Fieldcrest that sold for as much as $75. It just incorporates two lines of Egyptian cotton bedding, not all Egyptian cotton sheets sold at Target are influenced.
"One of Target's merchants, Welspun Global Brands (Welspun), was one of the makers of Egyptian Cotton 500-string check sheets under the Fieldcrest mark for Target," Molly Snyder, a Target representative told Consumerist. "After a broad examination, we as of late affirmed that Welspun substituted another kind of non-Egyptian cotton while delivering these sheets between August 2014 and July 2016. Neither Target nor Fieldcrest had any information of this substitution. These sheets were delivered by various sellers and stand out of those merchants was substituting item."
The organization says this is "not an issue of wellbeing and there is no danger in keeping on utilizing this item."