TTB Announces Public Listening Sessions on Labeling and Advertising of Wine and Distilled Spirits

By Published On: February 8, 2024

At the end of February, the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) will host two virtual listening sessions for the wine industry to provide feedback on draft regulations for the labeling and advertising of wine, distilled spirits, and malt beverages.

Held on February 28 and 29, the sessions are part of the Biden Administration’s rulemaking process after the Department of the Treasury’s February 2022 report on “Competition in the Markets for Beer, Wine, and Spirits,” following the President’s Executive Order 14036 to “reduce the trend of corporate consolidation, increase competition, and deliver concrete benefits to America’s consumers, workers, and small businesses.”

“These listening sessions are intended to engage the public, including consumers, public health stakeholders, and industry members of all sizes, and facilitate the public’s ability to provide input to inform rulemaking,” says the TTB website.

The Craft Wine Association supports the process and encourages small and medium-sized producers to provide feedback.

Registration information is linked below:

February 28 & 29, 2024 – Virtual Public Listening Sessions on Labeling and Advertising of Wine, Distilled Spirits, and Malt Beverages with Alcohol Content, Nutritional Information, Major Food Allergens, and Ingredients 

 

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