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Friday, March 02, 2007

Label disclosures

WineRelease.com has recently released the results of a consumer and trade study it did on wine making enhancements. For example, 85 % of consumers who responded thought that wineries should not be able to add alcohol to wine or that they should have to disclose it. (Adding alcohol is illegal I believe.) Not a problem for us but an interesting read.

I think labels should have to indicate ingredients...

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