PKG101_FS08_Package_Labeling_-_Outline

PKG101_FS08_Package_Labeling_-_Outline - Title 21 CFR Food...

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Title 21 CFR Food and Drug Administration PART 101--FOOD LABELING
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Where should label statements be placed on containers and packages There are two ways to label packages and  containers:       a . Place all required label statements on the  front label panel (the principal display panel or  PDP)          b.  Place certain  specified  label statements on  the principal display panel and other labeling  on the information panel  (the label panel  immediately to the right of the principal display  panel, as seen by the consumer facing the  product). 
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What are the principal display panel and the alternate principal display panel ? The principal display panel, or PDP, is that  portion of the package label that is most likely to  be seen by the consumer at the time of  purchase.  Many containers are designed   with two or more  different surfaces that are suitable for display as the  PDP.  These are alternate principal display panels. 21 CFR 101.1
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What label statements must appear on the principal display panel ? Place the  statement of identity, or name  of the food, and the net quantity  statement, or amount of product, on the  PDP and on the alternate PDP.    21 CFR 101.3(a) and 101.105(a)
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Principal Display Panel 
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