Our labeling check goes beyond the nutrition fact panel, to include the physical layout of your label, structure of your ingredient list, and even verifying the size of your fonts will meet regulation. We also check if your Statement of Identity (SOI; the name you call your product) is consistent with your product’s physical characteristics.
We help you mitigate risk by ensuring all necessary labeling elements are present. We can also review your ingredients to ensure they are generally recognized as safe (GRAS) and that they follow the correct naming conventions.
Our US labeling team covers regulations from the FDA, USDA and other organizations. They also have expertise in labels for Canada.
We can assist with European and Asian labeling by connecting you with our labeling team in Europe, who are experts in those areas.
As you bring your product into production, whether it be in your own kitchen for the first time or at a copackers facility, it is important to set clear specifications for your item to ensure that you are meeting regulatory, and also your companies own internal quality requirements. We provide support for specification development, which includes providing guidance on sensorial, microbiological, and chemical aspects of your product based on regulatory guidance from multiple national and international standards.