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Title 27Chapter ISubchapter APart 5


TITLE 27—Alcohol, Tobacco Products and Firearms

CHAPTER I—ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO TAX AND TRADE BUREAU, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

SUBCHAPTER A—ALCOHOL

PART 5—LABELING AND ADVERTISING OF DISTILLED SPIRITS

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Subpart A—SCOPE

§5.1
General.
§5.2
Related regulations.
§5.3
Forms prescribed.
§5.4
Delegations of the Administrator.
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Subpart B—DEFINITIONS

§5.11
Meaning of terms.
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Subpart C—STANDARDS OF IDENTITY FOR DISTILLED SPIRITS

§5.21
Application of standards.
§5.22
The standards of identity.
§5.23
Alteration of class and type.
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Subpart Ca—FORMULAS

§5.25
Application.
§5.26
Formula requirements.
§5.27
Formulas.
§5.28
Adoption of predecessor's formulas.
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Subpart D—LABELING REQUIREMENTS FOR DISTILLED SPIRITS

§5.31
General.
§5.32
Mandatory label information.
§5.32a
Voluntary disclosure of major food allergens.
§5.32b
Petitions for exemption from major food allergen labeling.
§5.33
Additional requirements.
§5.34
Brand names.
§5.35
Class and type.
§5.35a
Transition period for labels containing the term “Cachaça.”
§5.36
Name and address.
§5.37
Alcohol content.
§5.38
Net contents.
§5.39
Presence of neutral spirits and coloring, flavoring, and blending materials.
§5.40
Statements of age and percentage.
§5.41
Bottle cartons, booklets and leaflets.
§5.42
Prohibited practices.
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Subpart E—STANDARDS OF FILL FOR BOTTLED DISTILLED SPIRITS

§5.45
Application.
§5.46
Standard liquor bottles.
§5.47
Standards of fill (distilled spirits bottled before January 1, 1980).
§5.47a
Metric standards of fill (distilled spirits bottled after December 31, 1979).
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Subpart F—REQUIREMENTS FOR WITHDRAWAL FROM CUSTOMS CUSTODY OF BOTTLED IMPORTED DISTILLED SPIRITS

§5.51
Label approval and release.
§5.52
Certificates of age and origin.
§5.53
Certificate of nonstandard fill.
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Subpart G—REQUIREMENTS FOR APPROVAL OF LABELS OF DOMESTICALLY BOTTLED DISTILLED SPIRITS

§5.55
Certificates of label approval.
§5.56
Certificates of age and origin.
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Subpart H—ADVERTISING OF DISTILLED SPIRITS

§5.61
Application.
§5.62
Definition.
§5.63
Mandatory statements.
§5.64
Legibility of mandatory information.
§5.65
Prohibited practices.
§5.66
Comparative advertising.
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Subpart I—USE OF THE TERM “ORGANIC.”

§5.71
Use of the term “organic.”


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