Grocery labeling experiment

From July 1, 2024 to February 28, 2025, a voluntary experiment on labeling certain types of grocery products will be conducted for manufacturers, sellers and importers.

Labeling will be introduced for the following products:

  • vanilla, cinnamon and cinnamon tree flowers, cloves (whole fruits, flowers and stalks), nutmeg, mace and cardamom;
  • seeds of anise, star anise, fennel, coriander, Roman cumin, or Voloshsky caraway, or caraway; juniper berries;
  • ginger, saffron, turmeric (turmeric), thyme or thyme, bay leaf, curry and other spices;
  • dried onions, whole, cut into pieces, slices, chopped or in powder form, but not further processed;
  • other vegetables, dried, whole, cut, sliced, chopped or in powder form, but not further processed;
  • <* >pepper of the genus piper; fruits of the genus capsicum or genus pimenta, dried or crushed or ground;
  • other plants and parts thereof (including seeds and fruits), of a kind used primarily for perfumery, pharmacy or insecticidal, fungicidal or similar purposes, fresh, chilled, frozen or dried, whole or crushed, crushed or ground;
  • prepared foods obtained by the swelling or roasting of cereal grains or cereal products;
  • crisp bread;
  • crackers, croutons and similar fried products;
  • other extruded or stretched products, spicy or salted;
  • other bakery and flour confectionery products;
  • potatoes not frozen, cooked or canned, without the addition of vinegar or acetic acid;
  • products for preparing sauces and prepared sauces; mustard powder and ready-made mustard;
  • ready-made soups and broths and preparations for their preparation;
  • vinegar and its substitutes obtained from acetic acid.