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Labeling Herbal Products For Sale in the US

HigherGroundHerbs&Homestead

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Labeling herbal products for sale in the US is pretty straightforward, focusing on transparent communication with consumers. By providing clear and concise information about ingredients, usage instructions, and safety precautions, you can navigate labeling requirements with ease, ultimately fostering trust and confidence among consumers in the herbal products they purchase.

What Needs To Be On Your Product Labels:


1. Product Identification:

- Clearly state the name of the herbal product on the label. This should accurately reflect the nature of the product and help consumers identify it easily.


2. Ingredient List:

- Provide a comprehensive list of all ingredients used in the product, including the common name and, if applicable, the Latin botanical name. Ingredients should be listed in descending order of predominance by weight.


3. Net Quantity:

- Clearly indicate the net quantity of the product (e.g., weight, volume) to inform consumers about the amount they are purchasing.


4. Manufacturer Information:

- Include the name and address of the manufacturer, packer, or distributor. This information helps consumers contact you if needed.


5. Directions for Use:

- Provide clear and accurate directions for using the product, including recommendations and any specific instructions for administration.


6. Supplement Facts Panel:

- If the herbal product is marketed as a dietary supplement, it must include a Supplement Facts panel that provides information on serving size, servings per container, and the amount of each dietary ingredient per serving.


7. Disclaimer Statements:

- Include any required disclaimer statements mandated by the FDA or other regulatory agencies. These statements may relate to the intended use of the product, its efficacy, or potential risks associated with its consumption.


8. Allergen Information:

- Clearly identify any common allergens present in the product, such as nuts, gluten, soy, or dairy. This helps consumers with food allergies make informed purchasing decisions.


9. Storage Instructions:

- Provide guidance on how the product should be stored to maintain its quality, potency, and safety. This may include temperature recommendations and precautions against exposure to light or moisture.


10. Batch Number/Manufacturing Date:

- Include a batch number or manufacturing date on the label for traceability purposes. This information enables you to track and recall products if necessary.


By providing accurate and transparent information on product labels, you can enhance consumer safety and confidence in your products.


HigherGroundHerbs&Homestead

2 min read

Mar 5

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