Wine Industry Floods The TTB With Its Opinions On Wine Nutritional Labeling

Apr 8, 2019

(Forbes) - Last month the Washington, D.C.-based Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) extended its deadline for Notice No. 176, the so-called “Modernization of the Labeling and Advertising Regulations for Wine, Distilled Spirits and Malt Beverages,” until June 26, 2019. This was done in order to allow those in the wine industry to continue to share their perspectives if wine should have nutritional information on its label for another few months.

The organization said, through its director of congressional and public affairs Tom Hogue, who is based in Washington D.C., that the TTB is interested in gathering more feedback from the wine and spirits industry as to how executives want to proceed with this major decision. The extension, notes the regulation, was intended as an “action in response to requests made by several alcoholic beverage industry associations.”

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