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What is correct way to make labels per cottage in law in Ohio without telling all ingredients
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I'm not sure of the CFL in Ohio but where I live I have to put every ingredient on the label no matter what it is.  If it's in the product it must be on the label.  It sucks basically giving out my recipe but it has to be done if I want to keep my business license and selling permit.  

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The whole point of labeling is that you DO list every ingredient.  Not quantities, or directions for the recipe, but every ingredient.

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 I understand it must be done, but could listing carbonated drinks a creative way to say 7 up for example?

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The ingredients label is not the place to be creative. Generally the requirement is to list the name of the main ingredient with the sub-ingredients in parentheses, such as: 7-Up® (carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup, citric acid, natural flavors, etc.)
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Thank you all this makes me understand,
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