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Labeling a Tuscan Spice Blend  |  CFR Incomplete Info​  Ingredient Statement Bolding

How do I name my Tuscan type spice blend that is not actually from Tuscany? Is Tuscan considered geographic or a type/style of cooking? (March 2018)

"Tuscan Style Spice Blend” is the correct way to name the product when the spice blend is not actually from Tuscany. A product can use a geographic reference on the label and not be considered misbranded if it meets one of four conditions:  1) Truthful representation of geographic origin – noodles made in Thailand can be labeled "Thai Noodles."  2) An exclusive long-standing trademark or a name that is so fanciful, it's not generally understood to be a geographic reference, such as "Near East® Rice.” 3) A part of the name required by applicable Federal law or regulation, such as "Swiss Cheese." 4) A name that is generally understood to be a specific type or style of food or preparation rather than from a particular geography. "French Bread" and "Italian Dressing" are examples.


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