Label Preapproval

USDA administers the label preapproval program in which food label designs traditionally have been reviewed and approved by the agency before they are printed. If manufacturers make mistakes, USDA tells them what is wrong so that manufacturers are able to learn the regulations and rely on the agency's guidance. Plant inspectors examine labels to make sure they correspond to the approved design.

FDA does not preview labels and offers no approval process. It places the responsibility on the manufacturer to understand the regulations and correctly apply the rules. The agency typically does not find mistakes until labels are printed and products are in the marketplace.

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