Tag Archives: Advertising law

Don’t get fined for being good – what you need to know about advertising your donations or partnerships with charities.

Before wineries, craft breweries or distillers partner with a local or national charity to do some good, make sure you check your state’s co-venturer statutes and get properly registered if you have any intention of telling people about your beneficence.  More that 40 states have commercial co-venturer statutes on the books that regulate the manner […]

What should wineries, craft brewers, and distillers know about advertising and labeling involving athletes and sports?

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FDA Issues Final Rule On Meaning and Use of “Gluten-Free” Claims – Some Fermented Beverages Will Get Clarification Later

The FDA’s recent publication of a final rule defining “gluten-free” for voluntary food labeling provides some finality to those wondering whether the 20 parts per million (ppm) level proposed for product qualification in using terms like “gluten-free” would become the mandated level – it has. In addition to limiting the unavoidable presence of gluten to […]