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Labeling & Packaging Checklist

The Food Safety and Standards (Packaging and Labelling) Regulations have set certain norms and standards on how and in which manner the products should be packed and labelled before selling. These regulations are mandatory.
Some guidelines are generic and applicable to all type of products, whereas some guidelines are applicable only if your product is of that category i.e. a food product or a liquid product. Some guidelines are applicable to products of certain shape or size.

Labeling & Packaging Checklist

Excluding Taxes
  • A product label gives the consumer information about the content of the product, its specifications, price etc. and it helps the consumer in deciding whether to buy the product.​

    Attractive packaging can boost a products sale, hence deciding right packaging style is necessary.

    Product security can be provided through packaging.

    Good quality of packaging keeps the product from going bad.

    Packaging and labeling also helps in branding and marketing of the product.

    • Logo & tagline tagline of the brand.
    • Name and quantity of ingredients used in the product.
    • Price, date, quantity and expiry of manufacturing and packaging.
    • Nutritional facts (Composition of proteins, facts, etc.).
    • Address of manufacturing unit.
    • Contact details of the business. (For feedback, complaints, information, etc.)
    • Specific instructions for using the product (if any).

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