Labeling Requirements For Hard Liquor and Discrete Spirits

If you are in the spirits production business, you need to be aware of the labeling requirements for hard liquor and distilled spirits. This is required by the FDA (Food & Drug Administration) and the state department of liquor control. The reason why these two bodies require such information on a regular basis is to ensure that consumers are buying safe products.

In order to be able to label your product, you need to meet their specifications. For instance, if it is a hard liquor bottle that is intended to be sold for off-line consumption, you will need to get your spirits labeled before you can put it on store shelves. Distilled spirits cannot be stored on store shelves at all – they must be kept in a cool environment at the distiller’s facility or in an approved shipping container. It is also important to get your production code prior to making any type of hard liquor bottle.

How do you get these labels? The most obvious place to look is at your local supplier of products such as tonic water and herbal teas. In fact, these are the ideal places to get informational labels for various products, since they will not include any information that will have to be changed later on. Make sure you buy your labels from a reputable company though. You should be able to check whether or not the label has been modified in the last 60 days. The CTM Labeling Systems have been in the business for quite some time are more likely to keep their labels up-to-date than those who have just started in the business.

Once you find a distributor who is selling quality labels, you will then need to get in touch with him. If he is selling cheap plastic bottles, you might find it easier to produce your own label. You will have to figure out what font and what colors to use in order to make the production labels look professional and to make them stand out from the other bottles lying in his stock.

There are a lot of small production houses in the industry who also sell their own labels. A lot of these small companies will sell a generic hard label just so that they can save production cost. What you really want to do is to make your own label with your name and your logo on it. If you can find a way to buy enough blank labels from your supplier, then you can easily make your own label and have it laminated by your company’s quality control staff before you put the labels on the bottles you are about to sell to customers. Click here to see more details on label requirements.

The last thing that you should remember is that a hard liquor label is not only for the purpose of identification. It is also for the purpose of marketing and advertising, so that your customers will know where to get your product. Make sure that your label contains all the information that your customers need to know like your name, your company’s name, your phone number, your address, and your website. This will make your label look professional and it will encourage customers to patronize your products.Knowledge is power and so you would like to top up what you have learned in this article at :

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