27 CFR 5.71 - Use of the term

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§ 5.71 Use of the term “organic.”
(a) Use of the term “organic” is optional and is treated as “additional information on labels” under § 5.33(f).
(b) Any use of the term “organic” on a distilled spirits label or in advertising of distilled spirits must comply with the United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) National Organic Program rules, 7 CFR part 205, as interpreted by the USDA.
(c) This section applies to labels and advertising that use the term “organic” on and after October 21, 2002.
[T.D. ATF-483, 67 FR 62858, Oct. 8, 2002]

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