Labelling Requirements for Alcoholic Beverages
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A beverage containing 1.1% or more alcohol by volume is considered to be an alcoholic beverage.
Other Botanical Substances
The term "other botanical substances" as used in Division 2 of the Food and Drug Regulations does not include flavour preparations.
An alcoholic beverage that meets the standard for wine set out in section B.02.100 of the FDR [2(1), CPLR].
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