Consumer Groups Sue Treasury Department to Force Alcohol Nutrition Labeling

Wine bottles with no labels

In the future, manufacturers could be required to list calorie counts on alcohol labels.

A consumer group coalition sued the Treasury Department on Oct. 3, stating that the department failed to properly address a 2003 petition about label transparency on alcohol products, according to a press release from the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI). The petition called for required nutrition information on beverage labels, including alcohol content, calories, ingredients, and allergen information.

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