Yes, but be careful.
Having the right does not mean that you won’t be sued in America.
This particular right is described in the Lanham Act as a type of fair use.
The factors for “nominative” fair use are as follows.
- a product or service must not be readily identifiable without use of the mark,
- The user only uses so much of the mark as is necessary.
- The user does not do anything to imply sponsorship or endorsement
In fact, it would be useful to provide a prominent disclaimer such as:
“All trademarks both marked and unmarked belong to their respective companies, and use of a trademark nominatively to refer to a particular product or service does not imply sponsorship or endorsement.”