Beverage Alcohol Labeling Requirements

This table details alcohol beverage labeling requirements in all countries for which IARD has been able to verify the information with the respective national authorities or through publicly accessible documents. Details on the requirements for health warnings to be included on beverage labels are available in the Health Warning Labeling Requirements table.

It is updated on an ongoing basis as jurisdictions enact or revise their requirements with assistance from FIVS-Abridge.

If you have information about a country not currently listed, or if you find any of the information outdated, please email us at info@iard.org.

Suggested citation:

International Alliance for Responsible Drinking (IARD). (2019). Beverage alcohol labeling requirements. Retrieved from https://iard.org/science-resources/detail/Beverage-Alcohol-Labeling-Requirements

Country/Territory Authorities and regulations Required health warning Volume and alcohol content Ingredients and contents Origin and retail information Presentation requirements
Antigua and Barbuda CARICOM regulations apply.  

Antigua and Barbuda Bureau of Standards
Labelling of Pre-packaged Foods 
Labelling of Commodities Part 1: General Principles 
Labelling of Commodities Part 2: Labelling of Pre-Packaged Goods 
Labelling of Commodities Part 5: Labelling of Brewery Products
no CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.    
Argentina MERCOSUR regulations apply.  
Law no. 24.788 of 5 March 1997: National Law on the Prevention of Alcoholism, Art 5 

National Institute of Viticulture Resolutions C. 24/97 and C. 20/2004
yes MERCOSUR regulations apply MERCOSUR regulations apply MERCOSUR regulations apply  
Armenia Eurasian Economic Union Technical Regulation TR-EAEU 047/2018 "On the safety of alcohol beverages" enters into force on 9 January 2021.

Eurasian Customs Union Technical Regulation 022/2011 Food products labeling 

Law on Food Safety
yes 
effective 9 January 2021
Alcohol by volume (expressed as minimal content for beer)

Net content
Ingredients list, unless there is another requirement prescribed

Statement or symbol indicating genetically modified ingredients if applicable

Allergens

Nutrient value indicators
Name of beverage

Type of beverage

Batch identification

Name and address of manufacturer or importer

Country of origin

Date of manufacture

Date of expiry

Storage instructions and instructions for use if any

Reference to food safety compliance certificate
Labels shall be both in Russian and in the state language(s) of the Customs Union Member State; information pertaining to the name of location of foreign manufacturers may be in the state language (languages) of the country of the manufacturer's location provided the name of the country is indicated in Russian.
Australia Australia-New Zealand Food Standards Code Part 2.7 

 
yes Declaration of alcohol by volume: 
- If over 1.15% alcohol, this should be expressed in mL/100mL or X% alcohol by volume 
- If content is between 0.5 and 1.15%, label should state "contains not more than X% alcohol by volume" 
- Labeling must be accurate to within 0.3% for beer; 1.5% for wine; and 0.5% for spirits 


Number of standard drinks per container: 
- One standard drink is the amount of the beverage that contains 10 grams ethanol, measured at 20˚C. If container holds fewer than 10 standard drinks, this estimate should be accurate to one decimal place; above 10 drinks, accurate to the nearest whole number.
Ingredient listing is only required for products not standardized in Standards 2.7.2 to 2.7.5 of the Australia-New Zealand Food Standards Code 


Alcohol beverages in the categories beer, wine, fruit wine, and spirits are exempt from including nutrition information panels, ingredient lists, and percentage labeling of characterizing ingredient. 


- Allergens: The new general food labeling provisions of the Food Standards (Volume Two) require a new mandatory declaration of certain allergenic substances. Additives and processing aids containing eggs or egg products, casein and potassium caseinate, milk or milk products, fish or fish products, nuts, added sulphites in concentrations of 10mg/kg or more, and some other substances must be declared if any traces could remain in the final product (see Allergen Labeling, Mandatory Declaration). 


- Additives: Permitted additives and processing aids for wine, sparkling wine and fortified wine are prescribed by Standard 4.5.1. Any additives not listed in the Table to Clause 3 of Standard 4.5.1 are illegal to use in Australia. Caution: Where there is no added sulphur dioxide, care must be taken in any claim that the wine is "sulphur- or preservative-free," as sulphur dioxide can be produced by yeast. "Preservative-free" should only be claimed if there is less than 10mg/L of total sulphur dioxide in the wine.
Name of product 


Lot identification 


Name and address of supplier 


Wine: Country of origin 


Date marking, if shelf life is less than two years 


Directions for use and storage
The label must be in English; If a language other than English is also used, the information must not negate or contradict the information in English
Austria European Union Regulations 


Federal Ministry for Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management (BMLFUW) 


Economic Chambers, Food labeling 
no EU Regulations apply.   EU Regulations apply.

Wine: amount of sugar and alcohol indicated as dry, semi-dry, sweet, or semi-sweet
EU Regulations apply.    
Bahamas CARICOM regulations

Bahamas Bureau of Standards and Quality
no CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.    
Barbados CARICOM regulations 

Barbados National Standards Institution
no CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.    
Belarus Eurasian Economic Union Technical Regulation TR-EAEU 047/2018 "On the safety of alcohol beverages" enters into force on 9 January 2021.

Eurasian Customs Union Technical Regulation 022/2011 Food products labeling 
yes 
effective 9 January 2021
Alcohol by volume 

Net content
Ingredients list 

Statement or symbol indicating genetically modified ingredients if applicable
Name of beverage 

Type of beverage 

Name and address of manufacturer or importer 

Date of manufacture 

Date of expiry

Storage instructions and instructions for use if any
Labels shall be both in Russian and in the state language(s) of the Customs Union Member State; information pertaining to the name of location of foreign manufacturers may be in the state language (languages) of the country of the manufacturer's location provided the name of the country is indicated in Russian.
Belgium European Union regulations

Belgian Federal Public Service Health, What must and what may be found on labels?
no EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply.  
Belize no CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.      
Bosnia and Herzegovina Food Safety Agency


Regulations on the provision of consumer information on foods, Official Gazette 68/2013 

See also: 

Regulations on beer, Official Gazette 77/2010 

Regulations on spirit beverages and alcohol beverages, Official Gazette 87/2008 

Regulations on the quality of fruit wines, Official Gazette 68/2014
no Alcohol strength by % volume 

Net volume
List of ingredients 

Nutritional value declaration 

Allergens: cereals containing gluten except when used in the production of alcohol distillates, fish except isinglass in beer and wine, shellfish, soy, milk except whey used in the production of alcohol distillates, nuts, sulfur dioxide and sulphites in concentration greater than 10 mg/kg or 10 mg/L 

Some beverages containing licorice must bear the label “Contains liquorice - people suffering from hypertension should avoid excessive consumption”
Name of beverage 

Name and address of manufacturer 

Country of origin or place of origin 

Date of minimum duration or “use by” date; beverages of 10%ABV or higher are exempt 

Instructions for storage and use, if any
The information shall be in one of the state official languages.
Botswana Government of Botswana, Labelling of Prepackaged Foods Regulations 2003 No Net volume in metric units List of ingredients

Allergens: cereals containing gluten, crustacea, eggs, fish, peanuts, soy beans, milk, tree nuts, sulphite in concentrations of 10mg/kg or more.
Name of beverage 

Name and address of the manufacturer, packer, distributor, importer, exporter or supplier 

Country of origin 

Lot identification 

Date marking; beverages of 10% ABV or higher are exempt 

Sotrage instructions and instructions for use
The information shall be in English or Setswana 

The information required on a label shall be in letters not less than 1 mm in height
Brazil MERCOSUR regulations apply

ANVISA (National Health Surveillance Agency) Resolution 259/02, Resolution 26/15, and RDC 136/17 

Decree Nº6.871 of June 4, 2009 Regulation to Law No. 8,918 of July 14, 1994, on the standardization, classification, registration, inspection, production and inspection of beverages 

Law No. 7,678/88
yes, if above 13% ABV MERCOSUR regulations apply

Alcohol content 

Net volume (in metric units)
MERCOSUR regulations apply

List food additives 

Either "contains gluten" or "gluten free"
MERCOSUR regulations apply

Name of product 

Beverage type (e.g., wine or beer) 

Trademark 

Name and address of manufacturer or importer 

Company identification number 

Registration number of the product the importer with the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply 

Country of origin; "Made in Brazil" statement if applicable 

Wine: production designation per Law No. 7,678/88 Art 4 

Date of production
 
Bulgaria European Union regulations

Food Safety AgencyOrdinance on the labeling and presentation of food 

Law on Wine and Spirits 2012
no EU Regulations apply.   EU Regulations apply.

For sparkling wines - sugar content
EU Regulations apply.

Batch number accompanied by “L” 

Spirits: Producer registration identification number
 
Canada [may vary by province] 

Food and Drug Regulations (FDR) 


Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Labelling Requirements for Alcoholic Beverages
no /
varies by jurisdiction
Alcohol content by volume: All beverages of 1.1% ABV or above must declare the amount of alcohol contained in the product in both English and French. The alcohol content declaration must be shown as "X % alcohol by volume" or be abbreviated "X % alc./vol." [B.02.003]. Periods must follow both abbreviations 

Net quantities in metric units
Division 2 of the FDR identifies drinks as having a standardized composition; standardized drinks are not required to list ingredients. Non-standardized drinks must list ingredients in descending order by weight proportion. Common names for alcohol beverages are defined under Division 2, B.02.001. 

Nutrition facts labeling is not required for products containing more than 0.5% ABV unless a nutritional claim or any claim referring to energy benefit is made by the product. The phrase "nutrition facts," if appearing on the label, also requires a Nutrition Facts label. Unstandardized beverages containing added sweeteners are required to carry the Nutrition Facts table and meet the labeling requirements for these artificial sweeteners. 

Sulphites present in wine at a level of 10ppm or more must be declared on the label in the ingredients list or in a separate "Contains" statement. 

On all wines dated 2012 and later allergen labelling is required if the protein from egg, milk, or fish allergen source is present in the finished product. The food allergens must be declared on an ingredient list or using a "Contains" statement.
Name of product as defined under B.01.001 of the FDR 

Company name and address 

Country of origin 

Durable life date if shelf life is 90 days or less
Labels must be in both official language(s) of the country - English and French 

All mandatory labelling information must be printed in font not less than 1.6 mm in height
CARICOM CRS 5 (2010) Labelling of pre-packaged foods no Percentage by volume of alcohol shown on the main panel, followed by the words "alcohol by volume" or the abbreviation alc./vol. or % v/v 

Net content in metric units
  Name of product 

Name and address of the manufacturer, packer, distributor, importer, exporter, or vendor 

Country of origin 

Lot identification 

Instructions for use 

Date of minimum durability; wines and beverages of 10% ABV or higher are exempt
Labels must be in the official language(s) of the country in which the product is being sold and shall be clear, prominent, indelible and readily legible by the consumer 

Letters and numbers printed in not less than 1.5 mm in height
Chile Law 18.455 Establishing Rules On Production, Manufacture And Sale Of Ethyl Alcohol, Alcoholic Beverages And Vinegars, And Repealing Book I Of Law No. 17.105 and its Regulation Decree 78 of 1986 no Alcohol content in Gay Lussac degrees 

Net volume
Labels of premixed beverages must include a list of basic ingredients and coloring agents Name and description of product 

Name and address of bottler 

Country of origin if imported 

Name and address of importer if imported 

Date of expiry if containing egg or animal products 

Wine: Labels must describe the origin, variety of grape, and year of harvest: At least 75% of the grapes used to produce the wine must fit the description used; The expression "Estate Bottled" or similar expressions may be used when the wine comes from grapes grown on lands owned or rented by the vineyard and located in the same geographical area as the denomination of origin
Labels must be in Spanish
China GB 7718-2011 National Food Safety Standard - Standard for nutrition labelling of prepackaged foods 

GB 2758-2012 National Food Safety Standard - Fermented Alcohol Beverages 

additional beverage-specific standards may apply
yes Alcoholic strength at 20°C, percentage pure alcohol in total volume or mass expressed as "Alcoholic Strength X%" 

Net content
List of ingredients in decreasing order, titled "raw materials" or "raw and auxiliary materials". It is recommended to identify allergens.

Beverages of 0.5%ABV or higher are exempt from including nutrition information panels. If any nutrition information is included, the nutrition information panel is mandatory.
Name of product 

Name and address of manufacturer and distributor 

Country of origin (Export product) 

Production license and product standard quality grade codes 

Date of packaging 

Storage Instructions 

Durability information; wine and other alcohol beverages of 10% ABV or higher are exempt 

Recommended: lot number, instructions for use
 
Colombia Ministry of Health and Social Protection, Decree 1686 of 9 August 2012  yes Alcohol strength in degrees or vol. % 

Net contents in metric units
Expressions or images suggesting medicinal or nutritional properties are prohibited Name and brand of product as registered with INVIMA 

Name and address of producer or packer 

Name and address of importer, if imported 

INVIMA Register number 

Date of expiry for beer and non-wine specialty beverages 

“Made in Colombia” or “Colombian Industry” if produced locally from local raw materials 

“Packaged in Colombia” if produced locally from imported raw materials
 
COMIECO
Resolution No 332-2013 (COMIECO-LXVI) Central American Technical Regulations, Alcoholic Beverages Labeling Requirements yes Alcohol strength in % Alc./vol. or ⁰ G.L. 

Net contents in metric units
List of ingredients in decreasing order unless the product is made from a single ingredient 

Additives 

Statements attributing preventive or curative properties to the product are prohibited
Name of product 

Name and address of manufacturer, packer, or distributor 

Name and address of importer or distributor if imported 

Sanitary registry number 

Lot identification 

Date of expiry; beverages of 10% ABV or higher are exempt unless they contain milk products 

Country of origin
Labels must be printed in Spanish in letters no smaller than 1 mm in height
Costa Rica COMIECO regulations apply. 

N°38413-COMEX-MEIC-S
yes COMIECO regulations apply. COMIECO regulations apply. COMIECO regulations apply.  
Croatia European Union regulations
Croatian Food Authority (HAH)Beverage regulations webpage
no EU Regulations apply.   EU Regulations apply.   EU Regulations apply.    
Cuba Cuban Technical Standards

Sanitary Food Registration,Cosmetics, Toys and Other Products of Health Interest: Regulations and Indicators
no       Labels should preferably be in Spanish.  
Cyprus European Union Regulations 

Ministry of HealthLaw on Food (Control and Sale)
no EU Regulations apply.   EU Regulations apply.   EU Regulations apply.    
Czechia European Union regulations

Ministry of Agriculture, Food Production Department 


Czech Agriculture and Food Inspection Authority
no EU Regulations apply.

For wine that is more than 3 years old, the indicated alcohol by volume percentage should not vary by greater than 0.8%.
EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply.  
Denmark European Union Regulations 

Danish Veterinary and Food Administration (Fødevarestyrelsen) 

Danish Directorate for Food, Fisheries and Agribusiness (Direktoratet for Fødevare Erhverv)
no EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply.  
Dominica CARICOM regulations 

Dominica Bureau of Standards 

Labeling of Commodities Part 1: General Principles for Labeling of Goods DNS 2: Part 1: 2002 

Labeling of Commodities Part 2: Specification for the Labeling of Prepackaged Goods DNS 2: Part 2: 2002 

Labeling of Commodities Part 3: Specification for the Labeling of Prepackaged Foods DNS 2: Part 3: 2002 ICS: 67.230 

Labeling of Commodities - Specification for the Labeling of Brewery Products (Beer, Stout, Brandy, Malt)
no CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.    
Dominican Republic Dominican Quality Institute (INDOCAL) 

Standard No. 53 (4th edition 2014) Labeling of prepackaged foods 

Law No. 358-05 Protection of cosnumer rights
yes Net weight by volume List of ingredients: in decreasing percentages of ingredient (if water is added, it must also be indicated in the list of ingredients); single-ingredient distilled beverages are exempt 

Food additives, if any
Name of product 

Name and address of the producer, wholesaler, importer, exporter, or retailer 

Country of origin 

Lot identification 

Date of minimum durability and storage instructions if applicable
The information must be in Spanish
Ecuador National Standard INEN 1933-1994 Alcoholic beverages labeling requirements yes Alcohol strength in degrees Gay Lussac 

Net contents in metric units
[n/a] Brand of product 

Type of product 

Name and address of producer 

Name and address of importer if imported 

Country of origin if imported 

“Industria Ecuatoriana” if produced in Ecuador 

Lot identification
Labels must be printed in Spanish
El Salvador COMIECO regulations apply. 

Official Gazette 15 January 2014
yes COMIECO regulations apply. COMIECO regulations apply. COMIECO regulations apply.  
Estonia European Union regulations
Regulation on the definition, description and presentation for sale of alcohol
no EU Regulations apply.   EU Regulations apply.   EU Regulations apply.    
Ethiopia Food, Medicine, Healthcare and Control Authority (FMHACA) 

Council of Ministers Regulation No 299/2013
no Alcohol content for all beverages of 1.2%ABV or greater 

Net volume
List of ingredients (except for single ingredient foods) in descending order of weight 

Allergens 

Labels of items containing genetically modifies products must include the following statement: ‘genetically modified food’
Name of beverage type 

Name and address of the manufacturer, packer, distributor, importer, exporter or vendor 

Country of origin 

Code identifying producing factory and lot 

Production and expiration dates; beverages of 10%ABV or greater are exempt from expiration date requirement 

Instructions for use if needed
 
European Union
EU Regulation 1169/2011 on the provision of food information to consumers 

European Parliament Resolution 2015/2543(RSP) 


Joint industry framework Self-regulatory proposal on the provision of nutrition information and ingredients listing 2018 and its annexes: 
- Wine and aromatised wine products Annex and Detailed Annex 
Spirits sector annex 
Beer annex
no To be indicated with words and numbers, and may additionally be expressed by means of pictograms or symbols: 

The actual alcoholic strength by volume of beverages of higher than 1.2%ABV by a figure to not more than one decimal place followed by the symbol ‘% vol.’ and preceded by ‘alcohol’ or ‘alc’. (Art 28, Annex XII) 

Net quantity
Alcoholic beverages greater than 1.2%ABV are exempt from ingredient list and nutrition declaration requirements (Art. 16, Res. 2015/2543RSP), though Member States may maintain national measures on the listing of ingredients. 

Allergens: Sulphur dioxide and sulphites at concentrations of more than 10 mg/kg or 10 mg/L; exempt are cereals containing gluten and nuts when used for making distillates and fish gelatin or isinglass used in wine fining. 

Alcoholic beverages with added liquorice at concentrations of 300 mg/L or above: ‘contains liquorice – people suffering from hypertension should avoid excessive consumption’ shall be added immediately after the list of ingredients. In the absence of a list of ingredients, the statement shall accompany the name of the beverage.
Name or business name and address of the food business operator 

Country of origin, place of provenance, protected designation of origin if applicable 

Instructions for storage and use where necessary 

Date of minimum durability or ‘use by’ date; beverages of 10% ABV or higher are exempt from the last
Mandatory information shall appear in a language easily understood by the consumers of the Member States where a food is marketed. Within their own territory, the Member States may stipulate that the particulars shall be given in one or more languages from among the official languages of the Union.
Fiji Food Safety Regulations 2009 no Net contents by volume in metric units List of ingredients 

Claims encouraging excessive consumption, or of suitability to treat or prevent disease, are prohibited
Name of beverage per Codex Alimentarius standard if such is established 

Name and address of the manufacturer, packer, or distributor 

Country of origin if imported 

Lot identification 

Date of minimum durability as “Best before”; wines and beverages of 10%ABV or higher are exempt 

Storage instructions if any 

Instructions for use if any
 
Finland European Union regulations

Supervisory Authority for Welfare and Health (Valvira) 

Finnish Food Safety Authority (Evira), Food information guide 17068/1
no EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply.  
France European Union regulations

Customs
yes EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. Use of foreign names and vintage is forbidden when an equivalent French word exists (spirit names such as vodka and whiskey are acceptable)
Germany European Union regulations

Federal Food and Agriculture Agency Bundesanstalt für Landwirtschaft und Ernährung
yes EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. Wine, sparkling wine, flavored wines, flavored wine beverages and cocktails, and spirits imported from non-EU countries are subject to special labeling regulations
Ghana Food and Drug Authority, Guidelines for the labeling of prepackaged foods FDA/FERD/GL-LAB/2013/02 no Net volume List of ingredients in descending order of ingoing weight 

Allergens: Cereals containing gluten, crustacea, eggs, fish, peanuts, soybeans, milk, tree nuts, sulphite in concentrations of 10 mg/kg or more. 

Labels of alcoholic beverages shall not indicate that the consumption of liquor is required for social and professional achievement, use names connoting strength, energy, aphrodisiac or sexual undertones, sports, or pictures to the same effects.
Name of beverage 

Name and address of producer, manufacturer, importer, packer, distributor, or seller 

Lot identification number 

Country of origin 

Date of minimum durability; wines and beverages of 10%ABV or higher are exempt 

Instructions for use if needed
Labelling shall be in English
Greece European Union regulations
Hellenic Food Authority
no EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply.  
Grenada no CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.      
Guatemala COMIECO regulations apply. 

National Commission of Technical Regulation (CRETEC)
Decree 969-99 Food safety regulations Art 54.2
yes COMIECO regulations apply. COMIECO regulations apply. 
 
COMIECO regulations apply. 
 
 
Honduras COMIECO regulations apply. 

Decree 06-2005 Regulations on the Health Control of Foodstuffs Chapter 4
yes COMIECO regulations apply. COMIECO regulations apply. 
 
COMIECO regulations apply. 
 
 
Hungary European Union regulations

Hungarian Trade Licensing Office, Agriculture Section (Magyar Kereskedelmi Engedélyezési Hivatal – MKEH, Mezőgazdasági Osztály)
no EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply.  
Iceland European Union Regulations adopted by Regulation No.1294/2014 

Regulation No. 1106/2015 Product selection, procurement and distribution by alcohol monopoly 

Act No. 93/1995 on Foodstuffs
no EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply.  
India Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), 

Food Safety and Standards (Packaging and Labelling) Regulations, 2011 

Food Safety and Standards (Alcoholic Beverages) Regulations, 2018

Imported beverages are also subject to the Food Safety and Standards (Import) Regulations, 2017
yes Net weight and gross weight 

Alcohol content expressed as %ABV or as proof.

Optional: statement of the approximate number of standard drinks (defined as 12.7 mL of ethanol) in the package.
Ingredients must be listed in descending order of their quantity 

Prohibited: any nutritional information, health claims, for beverages of greater than 0.5%ABV - ‘non-intoxicating’ or words implying similar meaning 

Wine: declare the amount of sugar, residues of preservatives or additives, “Contains sulfur dioxide or Contains sulfite” if it contains more than 10 mg/L sulfur dioxide
Name, trade name, or description of product 

Date of manufacture or packaging 

Date of expiry 

Bar codes issued by European Article Numbering New Delhi if applicable 

Market retail price, including taxes, duties, transportation 

Batch or lot identification 

Special instructions for storage or use 

Non-wine beverages of lower than 10%ABV: date, month and year of expiry preceded by the words “Expiry date” or “Use by” 
 
Indonesia Ministry of Trade Regulation 15/M-DAG/PER/3/2006 yes Alcohol content 

State “Alcoholic beverage” 

Net contents
[n/a] Name of product 

Name and address of manufacturer or importer 

Date of expiry
Label must be in Indonesian using Latin letters and Arabic numerals 

It is prohibited to label alcoholic beverages “Halal”
Ireland European Union Regulations 
Public Health (Alcohol) Act 2018
Food Safety Authority of Ireland
yes EU Regulations apply.

Quantity of alcohol in grams
EU Regulations apply.

Energy value in kilojoules and kilocalories
EU Regulations apply.  
Italy European Union Regulations 

Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (Ministereo dell Agricoltura e Foreste) 

Ministry of Economy and Finance, Department of Treasury (Ministero delle Economia e delle Finanze, Dipartimento del Tesoro)
no EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply.  
Jamaica CARICOM regulations no CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.    
Japan Consumer Affairs Agency, Food labeling law and regulations no Alcohol content 

Container volume (in milliliters or liters) 

Net weight (in metric units)
Ingredients other than additives must be listed in descending order of weight percentage 

Food additives must be listed in descending order of weight on a separate line from other ingredients
Name of product 

The word "Imported" and country of origin if imported 

Name and address of the importer 

Date "Best before" 

Special instructions for use, storage, or preparation when established by the Minister of Health, Labor, and Welfare for the product or when their absence could cause confusion
Labelling must be in Japanese
Kazakhstan Eurasian Economic Union Technical Regulation TR-EAEU 047/2018 "On the safety of alcohol beverages" enters into force on 9 January 2021.

Eurasian Customs Union Technical Regulation 022/2011 Food products labeling 

Law No. 429 of 16 July 1999 On state regulation of production and turnover of ethyl alcohol and alcohol products 

See also Resolution No. 1081 of 20 October 2010 Technical regulations: Requirements for the safety of alcohol products
yes 
effective 9 January 2021
Alcohol by volume 

Net content
Ingredients list 

Statement or symbol indicating genetically modified ingredients if applicable 

Vodka and special vodkas: type of alcohol used in manufacture
Name of beverage 

Name, address and license number of manufacturer 

Reference to national standard 

Date of manufacture 

Date of expiry

Storage instructions and instructions for use if any 

Wines: bottling date and name of bottler
Labels shall be both in Russian and in the state language(s) of the Customs Union Member State; information pertaining to the name of location of foreign manufacturers may be in the state language (languages) of the country of the manufacturer's location provided the name of the country is indicated in Russian.
Kenya CAP 254 Food, Drugs and Chemical Substances Act and Subsidiary Regulations no Alcohol content by volume for distilled beverages of lower than 37%ABV 

Net volume
List of ingredients 

Preservatives, colorings, artificial flavorings
Name of beverage 

Brand name of beverage 

Name and address of the manufacturer, packer, or distributor 

Country of origin 

Date or expiry
 
Korea, Republic of Korean Food and Drug Administration, 

Food and Drug Safety Notice 2015-98
yes Alcohol percentage 

Net volume
Name of ingredients by volume percentage 

List of food additives 

Allergen information
Name and type of product 

Country of origin 

Name, address, and business license number of importer 

Date of bottling 

Expiration date 

Location where product may be exchanged or returned if defective 

Instructions for storage if applicable 

Mode of distribution: must specify one of three: "Discount store sale only," "Restaurant sale only," or "Sale for home use only"
Required information must be in Korean.
Kyrgyzstan Eurasian Economic Union Technical Regulation TR-EAEU 047/2018 "On the safety of alcohol beverages" enters into force on 9 January 2021.

Eurasian Customs Union Technical Regulation 022/2011 Food products labeling 

Technical Regulations:
388-2011 On beer safety
536-2011 On wine product safety
537-2011 On ethyl alcohol, vodka and liqueurs safety.
yes 
effective 9 January 2021
Alcohol content in % volume 

Volume
Beer: ingredients list 

Beer: nutritional value 

Beer: additives 

Beer: statement on genetically modified ingredients, if applicable
Name of beverage 

Name and address of manufacturer or importer 

Date of manufacture; for beer, bottling date and date of expiry Instructions for storage 

Standard certification number
Labels shall be both in Russian and in the state language(s) of the Customs Union Member State; information pertaining to the name of location of foreign manufacturers may be in the state language (languages) of the country of the manufacturer's location provided the name of the country is indicated in Russian.
Latvia European Union regulations

Ministry of Agriculture
no EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply.  
Lithuania European Union regulations

Food and Veterinary Agency, Labeling requirements for alcoholic beverages
yes EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply.  
Luxembourg European Union regulations   no EU Regulations apply.   EU Regulations apply.   EU Regulations apply.    
Malaysia Food Regulations (1985)

Food (Amendment) Regulations (2016)
yes Statement “CONTAINS ALCOHOL” 

Net volume
Ingredient list in descending order of weight 

Additives statement
Product name 

Name and address of manufacturer, packer, and importer 

Country of origin 

Date of expiry
Language must be Bahasa or English
Malta European Union regulations

SL 449.46 Labelling, Presentation and Advertising of Foodstuffs Regulations 


Environmental Health Directorate
no EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply.  
Mauritius Government Notice 173-1999 Regulations under the Food Act 1998 yes Statement that beverage contains alcohol in capital lettering List of the ingredients in decreasing order of mass or percentage 

Food additives 

Indication genetically modified ingredients, if applicable
Name of beverage 

Name and address of the manufacturer or packer 

Lot identification 

Country of origin 

Instructions for storage and use if needed 

Manufacture date 

Expiry date; wines are exempt
The label shall be in English or French
MERCOSUR GMC/Res26/03 Technical Regulation on the Labeling of Packaged Foods no Net contents List of ingredients in decreasing order of weight in raw form, unless the product is made of a single ingredient 

Additives must be declared as part of the ingredients list following other ingredients, stating their principal function, and complete name or INS number or both 

Information on labels (words, symbols, denominations etc)must not promote consumption for reasons of stimulating or curative action, preventing illness or improving health
Name of product 

Name and address of producer 

Country of origin 

Name and address of importer if imported 

Lot identification 

Date of expiry; wine, fortified wine, fruit wines and sparkling fruit wines and beverages of 10% ABV or higher are exempt 

Storage conditions if any
Required information must be in the state language (Spanish or Portuguese), regardless of any information in other languages 

The size of the letters and numbers shall not be less than 1 mm; the indication of the net contents is exempt
Mexico Ministry of Health (Secretaria De Salud), Mexican Official Standard NOM-142-SSA1 / SCFI-2014 Alcoholic beverages, Sanitary specifications, Sanitary and commercial labeling yes Alcohol content by percentage of total volume (% alc vol) 

Net contents (in metric units)
Required for prepared beverages (2.0-12.0% ABV) and those containing additives or allergens: List of ingredients preceded by the word "Ingredientes" listing contents in descending order of quantity. 

Allergens: cereals containing gluten; eggs; peanuts; tree nuts; soy, except soy oil; milk; sulphites at concentrations of more than 10 mg/kg
Name or commercial trademark of the product 

Name and address of producer or importer 

Country of origin 

Lot identification number 

Beverages above 6.0%ABV of expiry 12 months or shorter: "best if used by" date and instructions for storage if necessary
The label must bear the mandatory information in the Spanish language
Moldova Law 1100 of 30.06.2000 On the manufacture and turnover of ethyl alcohol and alcoholic beverages 

Technical Regulation of Beer and Drinks Based on Beer 2012
no Alcohol content (% volume) 

Net volume
Beer - ingredients list, nutrition and energy infomration per 100 g, "pasteurized" statement if applicable Name of product 

Type of product for beer 

Name and address of the producer, importer or exporter 

Country of origin; “Made in Moldova” if applicable 

Date of packaging 

Storage instructions if any 

Shelf life if applicable 
 
Nepal Food Regulation 1970 no Net contents List of ingredients Name of beverage 

Name and address of packager 

Batch number 

Date of production and expiry date
Label shall be in Nepali or English language
Netherlands European Union regulations

Main Product Board for Agriculture (Hoofdproductschap Akkerbouw)
no EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply.  
New Zealand Australia-New Zealand Food Standards Code Part 2.7 

 
 
yes Declaration of alcohol content by volume 

Net contents must appear on the front label and be a minimum of 3.3 mm high 

Standard drink measure in the total container (see Standard 2.7.1 for more information) 

Food containing alcohol must not be "represented in a form which expressly or by implication suggests that the product is a non-alcoholic confection or non-alcoholic beverage". 

An alcoholic beverage which contains more than 1.15% alcohol by volume must not be represented as a "low-alcohol" beverage. 

Label on a package of a beverage containing more than 0.5% alcohol by volume must not include the words "non-intoxicating" or similar terms.
Ingredient listing is only required for products not standardized in Standards 2.7.2 to 2.7.5 of the Australia-New Zealand Food Standards Code. 

Where there are added sulfites in concentrations of 10mg/kg or more, allergens labeling requirements are met by claiming "Contains sulphites," without necessarily having to name the actual sulfites used 

Allergens contained in the product (e.g., egg, milk, fish, nuts, etc.) should be identified.
Name of product 

Name of beverage type (e.g., wine, beer, and spirits) 

Name and address of supplier or manufacturer in NZ or Australia 

Country of origin 

Date marking if shelf-life is less than 2 years 

Special instructions for use or storage if their absence would have adverse health consequences
The label must be in English 

If a language other than English is also used, the information must not negate or contradict the information in English
Nicaragua COMIECO regulations apply. 

Official Gazette 10 September 2014
yes COMIECO regulations apply. COMIECO regulations apply.
 
COMIECO regulations apply. 
 
 
Nigeria National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control

   Pre-packaged Food, Water and Ice (Labelling) Regulations 2019
   Spirits Regulations 2019
   Wine Regulations 2019 
yes Net content in metric system volume List of ingredients 

Ingredients known to cause hypersensitivity, especially those obtained through bio-technology 

Labels of spirits beverages, defined as having at least 15%ABV: 
 must include declaration % by volume of absolute alcohol; 
 if spirits beverages are of lower than 37%ABV, the % by volume of absolute alcohol must appear together with a statement that the product is “under strength”.
Name of beverage type 

Name and address of manufacturer, packer, distributor, importer, exporter 

Country of manufacturer 

Date of minimum durability prescribed by the words "Best Before" or "Use by" or "Expiry"; Beverages of 10%ABV or higher are exempt from minimum durability requirement
The letters of the food item and net content shall be of a size reasonably related to the most printed matter on the label 
Label shall be in English language
Paraguay MERCOSUR regulations apply

Decree 4.056 of 9 November 2004
no MERCOSUR regulations apply MERCOSUR regulations apply MERCOSUR regulations apply  
Peru See National Standard 210.027:2011 Alcoholic beverages: Labels, available for purchase from National Quality Institute (Inacal) yes <- <- <-  
Philippines Food and Drug Admnistration, AO2014-0030 - Revised Rules and Regulation Governing of Prepackaged Food Product no Alcohol content as % volume or proof units 

Net content
List of ingredients used in product in decreasing order of proportion, including additives, flavorings, and preservatives 

Allergens
Name of product 

Brand name or trademark 

Name and address of manufacturer, packer, distributor or importer 

Country of origin if imported 

Lot identification 

Date of expiry or use-by date 

Directions for use if any
The language shall be either in English or Filipino or a combination thereof
Poland European Union Regulations no EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply.  
Portugal European Union regulations

General Directorate for Inspection and Control of Food Quality (Direcção Geral de Fiscalização e Controlo da Qualidade Alimentar)
no EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply.  
Romania European Union Regulations 

National Authority for Consumer Protection
no EU Regulations apply.   EU Regulations apply.   EU Regulations apply.    
Russia Eurasian Economic Union Technical Regulation TR-EAEU 047/2018 "On the safety of alcohol beverages" enters into force on 9 January 2021.

Eurasian Customs Union Technical Regulation 022/2011 Food products labeling 

Federal Law No. 171 as amended 03 July 2016 

See also the following standards: 

51074-2003 Food products. Information for consumer. General requirements 

51149-98 Wines. Packaging, labeling, transport, and storage 

52194-2003 Vodkas and special vodkas, liqueur and vodka products. Packaging, labeling, transport, and storage 

51174-2009 Beer. General Specifications
yes Alcohol by volume (expressed as minimal content for beer) 

Net content
Ingredients list 

Statement or symbol indicating genetically modified ingredients if applicable 

Wine: sugar content in g/L; dry wines are exempt 

Beer: nutrition information
Name of beverage 

Type of beverage 

Name and address of manufacturer or importer 

Country of origin 

Date of manufacture 

Date of expiry

Storage instructions and instructions for use if any 

Reference to food safety compliance certificate 

Wine: Bottling facility, harvest year
Labels shall be in Russian; information pertaining to the name of location of foreign manufacturers may be in the state language (languages) of the country of the manufacturer's location provided the name of the country is indicated in Russian.
Saint Kitts and Nevis no CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.      
Saint Lucia no CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.      
Saint VIncent and the Grenadines no CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.      
Seychelles S.I. 30 of 1992 Food Act (General Labelling) Regulations 


Seychelles Bureau of Standards, Standard Specifications for Alcoholic Beverages (SS 38 of 1997)
no Alcohol content (% alc/vol) 


Net contents
List of ingredients in descending order of proportions 

Additives (preservatives, permitted colors); alcoholic beverages are exempt from declaring artificial flavoring
Labels must be in English, French or Creole 

Name of product 

Brand or trademark of product 

Name and address of producer, packer and distributor 

Country of origin 

Storage instructions if any
Labels must be in English, French or Creole
Singapore Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority, A Guide to Food Labelling and Advertisements (2016) no Net volume in metric units Ingredients list in descending order by proportion of weight 

Allergens: milk and egg products, peanut and soy products, nut products, sulphites in concentrations of 10mg/kg or more
Name of product 

Name and address of manufacturer or packer 

Country of origin if imported 

Name and address of importer or distributor if imported
Labels must be in English and printed in letters not less than 1.5mm in height
Slovakia European Union regulations

Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development , Decree no. 30/2014 Coll. 
 
no EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply.

Labels of beers must include the amount of extract in the original wort in % by weight or according to specified beverage type name; non-alcoholic, light and certain other beers are exempt.
EU Regulations apply.  
Slovenia European Union regulations
Rules on the general labeling of prepackaged foods
no EU Regulations apply.   EU Regulations apply.   EU Regulations apply.    
Solomon Islands Pure Food (Food Control) Regulations 2010 no Net contents by volume in metric units List of ingredients 


Claims encouraging excessive consumption, or of suitability to treat or prevent disease, are prohibited
Name of beverage per Codex Alimentarius standard if such is established 

Name and address of the manufacturer, packer, or distributor 

Country of origin if imported 

Lot identification 

Date of minimum durability as “Best before”; wines and beverages of 10%ABV or higher are exempt 

Storage instructions if any 

Instructions for use if any
Labels shall be in English language
South Africa Regulation 429 of 2014 Relating to the labeling and advertising of foods: Amendment yes Net contents in metric units Alcohol products are exempt from nutrition labeling unless the product contains Tartrazine (E102 or Yellow No. 5) or the label advertises a health claim. Where ingredient list appears, ingredients should be listed in descending order of mass 

Allergens should be indicated in ingredient list 

Additives must be declared 

Minimum and maximum sulfur dioxide or sulfite content must be indicated
Name of product 

Name and address of producer, importer or seller 

list of ingredients required by regulations 18 to 29, where applicable; 

Country of origin 

Storage instructions if any 

Batch identification 
 
Labels must be in English, and may be in at least one other official language of the Republic of South Africa in letters not smaller than 1.2mm in height (4mm for name of product)
Spain European Union regulations

Royal Decree 1334/1999, of July 31, approving the General Standard for the labeling, presentation and advertising of foodstuffs. (Version in force since March 05, 2015) 

Spanish Agency for Consumer Affairs, Food Safety and Nutrition (Aecosan)
no EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply. EU Regulations apply.  
Sri Lanka Ministry of Health Food (Labeling & Advertising) Regulations 2005 no Net contents expressed in ‘ml’ or ‘l’ List of ingredients 

Food additives 

Claims of curative, restorative, and palliative effects are prohibited
Name of beverage 

Brand or trade name if any 

Name and address of manufacturer, packer, or distributor 

Country of origin if imported 

Batch number or code number 

Dates of manufacture and expiry 

Instructions for storage and or use
Label should be in two of three languages: English, Sinhalese and Tamil
Suriname See SSB 003:2013 General Requirements for Labelling of Prepackaged Goods, available for purchase from National Standards Bureau <- <- <- <-  
Sweden European Union regulations
Swedish Food Federation (Livsmedelsföretagen)Manual: Labeling of prepackaged foods 2014
no EU Regulations apply.   EU Regulations apply.

If beer contains antioxidants, dye stuffs, preservatives, or sorbitol, this must be shown on the label
EU Regulations apply.  
Switzerland Federal Department of Interior, 

Ordinance on the labeling and advertising of foodstuffs (OEDAl) of 23 November 2005 
 
no Alcohol content as % vol. if 1.2%ABV or higher 

Sweetened alcoholic beverages must be labelled as such or include «contains x% vol. of alcohol» 

Volume (in metric units)
Beverages of 1.2% ABV or higher are exempt from including an ingredients list. 

Allergens must be declared following the word “Contains”: animal products, eggs, soy, sesame and sulfites above 10 mg/kg. 

Health claims and nutritional claims, other than energy content declaration, are prohibited.
Name of product 

Name and address of producer, packer or importer 

Lot identification number 

Country of origin 

Best before date and date of expiry. Wines, fruit wines, and fortified wines and beverages of 10% ABV or higher are exempt. 

Special instructions for use or storage, if applicable
 
Tajikistan Technical Regulation Labeling of Foodstuffs 2014 no Net volume Ingredients (single-ingredient products are exempt) 

Alcohol beverages are exempt from listing additives 

Genetically modified organism ingredients must be labeled, if any
Name of beverage 

Name and address of manufacturer or importer 

Date of manufacture 

Date of durability 

Storage instructions 

Batch number
 
Tanzania Food labeling regulations 2006 no Net contents List of ingredients in descending order of proportions 

Additives (food coloring, preservatives, artificial flavorings, artificial sweeteners) by name 
 
Common name of product 

Brand or trade name of product 

Name and address of producer and distributor 

Country of origin if imported 

Date of manufacture 

Date of expiry; wines, sparkling wines, fruit wines, and beverages of 10% ABV or higher are exempt 

Lot identification
Labels must in English or Kiswahili or both
Thailand Food and Drug Administration, Ministry of Public Health 
Thailand Food Act B.E 2522 (1979) 


Alcoholic Beverage Control Act B.E 2551 (2008)
yes Alcohol content by degree or percentage 

Net volume
[n/a] Product name 

Brand name 

Name and address of manufacturer or importer 

Symbol of product registration when applicable
Labels must be in English or Thai; health warning statement must be in Thai
Trinidad and Tobago no CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.   CARICOM regulations apply.    CARICOM regulations apply.  
Tunisia Order of the Ministers of Trade and Handicrafts, of Public Health, of Industry, Energy and Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises dated 3 September 2008, relating to the labelling and presentation of pre-packaged foodstuffs no "Product containing alcohol" 

Net weight
List of ingredients for ingredients not exceeding 5% of end product weight, in descending order of raw material weight 

Allergens: cereals containing gluten, egg, fish and milk products, peanuts, soy and nuts, sulphite in 10mg/kg concentration or more 

Additives
Name of product 

Date of manufacture 

Date of expiry; wines, liqueurs, sparkling wines, flavored wines and fruit wines and beverages of 10% or higher ABV are exempt 

Lot identification 

Place of origin 
Labels must be in Arabic
Turkey General Directorate of Protection and Control (Koruma ve Kontrol Genel Müdürlüğü) 


Turkish Food Codex Food Labeling and Consumer Information, Official Gazette January 26, 2017
yes For beverages of 1.2% ABV and above, percentage alcohol content 

Net weight or volume
Wine: Ingredients and additives including the concentrations of the ingredients Name and brand of product 

Name and address of producer 

Name and address of importer if imported 

Production batch number 

Country of origin 

Special instructions for use, preparation, or storage 

Wine: Name of winery, vintage year, color, variety
 
Turkmenistan Law on Trade 2000 no   Ingredients Name of product 

Address and trademark of producer 

Country of origin 

Date of manufacture 

Date of expiry 

Storage instructions if any
 
Uganda See US EAS 38:2013 Labelling of prepackaged foods — General requirements, available for purchase from National Bureau of Standards <- <- <- <- <-
Ukraine Law No. 482/95 on State regulation of production and distribution of ethyl alcohol, cognac and fruit alcoholic beverages, and tobacco products, Amended Dec. 28, 2014, Art 11 no Alcohol content (% vol.) 

Net volume
Sugar content (% weight) and additional requirements apply for wine, cider and perry Name of product 

Country of origin 

Date of manufacture 

Production license number
 
United Kingdom European Union Regulations no       Labels must be in British English
Uruguay MERCOSUR regulations apply

Decree 117/006 Amending National Bromatological Regulation (Decree 315/994) 


Decree 83-2017 Addition to the National Bromatological Regulation, chapter 26
no MERCOSUR regulations apply

All beers: Alcohol content in % vol.
MERCOSUR regulations apply MERCOSUR regulations apply  
USA Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) 

The Beverage Alcohol Manual: WineBeer, and Spirits 

Note that some beverages which do not meet TTB's product definitons fall under the Food and Drug Administrations’s labeling requirements.
yes Alcohol content expressed as percent alcohol by volume 

Net contents
TTB Ruling 2004-1 provides that TTB will approve the use of the term "low carbohydrate" (or "low-carb") on labels and in advertisements where a statement of average analysis is present, and the standard serving size for the product (12 fl. oz. for malt beverages; 5 fl. oz. for wines, and 1.5 fl. oz. for distilled spirits) contains no more than 7g of carbohydrates. As long as a statement of average analysis is included on the label, the label may also include other references to the carbohydrate content of the product. 

Required disclosures and declarations: FD&C yellow no. 5, saccharin, sulfites, aspartame (malt beverages only), cochineal extract and carmine (color additives) 

See TTB regulations on materials and processes used to treat domestic wine, including sodium carboxymethylcellulose.
Name and brand of product 

Class or type of product 

Name and address of bottler or packer 

Name and address of importer if imported 

Country of origin if imported 

Wine: Percentage of foreign wine if label indicates addition of foreign wine 

Spirits-specific: Presence of coloring materials; Treatment with wood if applicable; Commodity statement; Statement of age for some types of spirits; State of distillation for any U.S.-produced whiskey
All mandatory label information shall be in the English language 

For beer, a minimum type size of 2 mm for larger than ½ pint, 1 mm for 11/2 pint or less 

For distilled spirits, a minimum type size of 2 mm for containers larger than 200 ml, 1 mm for containers of 200 ml or less 
Vanuatu Food (Control) Regulation Order No. 37 of 2007 no Net content by volume in metric units List of ingredients 

List of additives 

Statement of genetically modified contents if any
Name of beverage 

Name and address of distributor or manufacturer 

Country of origin 

Lot identification 

Date of production 

Use by date; beverages of 10%ABV or higher are exempt 

Storage instructions if any 

Instructions for use if any
Label must be in Bislama and either English or French
Venezuela National standard COVENIN 2952-1:1997 Guidelines for declaration of nutritional and health properties on packaged food labels no Alcohol strength 


Net contents in metric units 
 
[n/a] Name and brand of product 

Name and address of producer and packer 

Name and address of importer if imported 

Country of origin 

“Made in Venezuela” or “Packaged in Venezuela” if applicable 

Sanitary register number 

Lot identification 

Date of durability; beverages of 10% ABV or higher are exempt 

Storage instructions if any
Labels must be printed in Spanish in letters no smaller than 1/6 the size of the largest font on the packaging or 2mm in height
Vietnam Decree No. 89/2006/ND-CP on Labeling of Goods no Ethanol content 

Net volume
Ingredients including additives, presented in order of weight Name of product 

Name and address of organization or individual responsible for product 

Country of origin 

Date of manufacture and expiry date 

Instructions for storage and use
Labels must be in Vietnamese
Zambia Food and Drugs Regulations no Net volume Ingredients in descending order of proportion, unless exempted by Minister 

"Blended with neutral spirit" if applicable
Brand or trade name 

Common name 

Name and address of the manufacturer, packer, distributor, importer, exporter or vendor 

Country of origin
Labels shall be in the English language; any other language may be used in addition to English
Zimbabwe Statutory Instrument 265 of 2002 Food and Food Standards (Food Labelling) Regulations 

Statutory Instrument 25 of 2001 Food and Food Standards (Alcoholic Beverages) Regulations
yes Alcohol content 

Net contents
Ingredients in descending order of proportion by mass; single ingredient items are exempt 

Indication that item contains genetically modified ingredients if applicable
Name of beverage 

Name and business address of the manufacturer, packer or distributor 

Packing number and/or date 

Date of minimum durability as “Best before”; exempt wines and certain spirits are exempt
The label shall be in the English language 

The print should be no smaller than six point