What makes our service different?
- Your labels will be reviewed by lawyers specializing in implementation of FDA nutrition labeling regulations and disputes involving food labeling and advertising claims.
- We offer an assessment of your class action lawsuit risk from your label claims.
- We have a comprehensive knowledge of labeling regulations and can make sure your labels comply with the latest laws, including the new Nutrition Facts panel and other updates.
Basic Label Review Service
This label review service is appropriate for companies simply wanting to ensure compliance with basic FDA requirements.* As a law firm specializing in regulatory reviews, OFW can promptly advise companies whether their label complies with basic FDA regulations, including nutrition labeling, ingredient labeling, statement of identity, net weight, and name and address of manufacturer/distributor requirements.
The price for a review is $495 per label (responses to follow-up questions will be billed separately). This service is available to purchase above. An instruction guide on how to submit your label will be available for download upon purchase. A printed copy of all sides of your label must be submitted by mail.**
In addition, we offer a comprehensive food labeling class action risk analysis. For more on that service, click here.
*The FDA does not approve food labels prior to marketing. FI/OFW Law label reviews are advisory and do not constitute legal conclusions.
**This enables the reviewers to assess the size of the PDP (which determines minimum contents letter heights), the area of the label (which bears upon the requisite Nutrition Facts panel format and minimum font sizes), and the type/font sizes of mandatory information (for which minumums are prescribed by FDA regulations).
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