U.S. Amends Labeling Regulations for Distilled Liquor and Malt Beverages
By: Date: 2021-01-05 Categories: foodwarning Tags: ,
   On December 29, 2020, the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Administration (TTB) announced the revision of the labeling regulations for distilled spirits and malt beverages and the filling standards for wine and distilled spirits.

   The amendment to this final regulation involves wine and distilled wine containers (such as bottling), and adds 7 new standards for wine and distilled wine bottling. This modification allows interested parties to flexibly deal with the bottling of products, allowing the size of containers (such as bottling) to be increased, promoting the circulation of related products in the United States and international commercial areas, and making it easier for consumers to purchase. TTB also revised the labeling regulations for distilled spirits and malt beverages to implement the current US policy requirements. It stipulates that the labels of distilled spirits can be marked as meeting the American equivalent standard and the mandatory metric system standard, and the malt beverage labels can be marked as meeting the equivalent Metric system measurement standards, mandatory American standards.