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South Korea Revises Labeling Requirements of Food

Liquid beverages with high caffeine content shall label a warning for consumer safety. The nutrient intake standard of foods for children under two years old shall correspond with the RNI (Recommended Nutrient Intake).

MFDS (Ministry of Food and Drug Safety) promulgated the latest amended revision of Enforcement Rule of Act on Labeling and Advertising of Foods [1] on September 9, 2020. The main amendments are specified as:

1. High Caffeine Content Warning

For the liquid beverage products containing 0.15 milligrams or more caffeine per milliliter, the manufacture or importer shall label warnings of:

  • "Contains high caffeine" and "total caffeine content ___ milligrams" on the main display side (the side where a trademark or logo is printed);

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