Food Labeling

Accurate information on processed food labels helps consumers make choices about food. Labels provide weight and content information to help consumers choose the best value for their money. The ingredient list identifies products that consumers may need to avoid due to potential allergic reactions or other health concerns.

Requirements for meat labeling​ are substantially different than other products.

Food labeling requirements fall under state and federal regulation. The Division of Food and Recreational Safety oversees food labeling in Wisconsin.  

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