All prepackaged food products offered for customer self-service.
In general, a label must have two parts. The first part is called the Principal Display Panel and the second part is called the Information Panel.
This is the part of the label that is most likely to be viewed. The following information is required on the principal display panel:
Information Panel This is the part of the package that is immediately to the right of the Principal Display Panel. The information panel would contain required information that is not included on the Principal Display Panel. The following information is required either on the Principal Display Panel or the information panel.
A food label, in most cases, will also be required to have nutritional facts labeling. Retail food establishments that prepare or nutritionally alter a product on premises are exempt from nutritional labeling unless a nutritional or health claim is made.
Your area state or local inspector:
Dairy & Food Inspection Division
Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA), 625 Robert Street N, St. Paul, MN 55155-2538, email@example.com