Home.ADVERTISING, LABELING AND FORMULATION
A1: Questions and Answers for TTB Ruling on Caloric and Carbohydrate Representations in Alcohol Beverage Labeling and Advertising.
A2: I live in Pennsylvania and wish to send alcohol to my father in Arizona for his birthday. May I send this package through the mail or does the distributor have to send the package?
A3: Does TTB charge a fee for label approval? If so, how much does it cost?
A4: As a student at the University of Kansas, I am researching why alcohol beverages do not have a nutritional value label as do all other foods, including water. I would like to know the calorie content and other information of my drink.
A5: I am trying to determine what I need to do to make and sell a fermented apple cider with alcohol content under 7 percent by volume. The Food and Drug Administration claims that this falls entirely within their jurisdiction. Does TTB also regulate these products?
A6: How Long Does It Take To Get Label Approval?
A7: Must I have an TTB permit before I can apply for label approval?
A8: How do I secure a TTB permit or a brewer's notice?
A9: What does it mean when your labels are approved?"
A10: If I have an alcohol beverage with an etched or acetate label on the bottle, how do I show that information on the certificate of label approval?
A11: How do I request informal or preliminary comments on a proposed label?
A12: If I am only adding my Internet Web site address to a certificate of label approval, do I need to get a new label approval?
A13: How can I check the status of my label application?
A14: May I submit my label application electronically?
A15: What is a Statement of Process?
A16: I operate a winery and was asked to sell wine bearing a "customized/personalized" label that my customers will use for weddings, corporate events, etc. How do I do this without having to submit each label for approval?
A19: What is TTB's position with regard to the labeling statements about alcohol beverage products that are not bioengineered or that do not contain ingredients produced from bioengineered foods? For example, "Contains No GMOs," "GMO Free-Zone" or any similar references on alcohol beverages?