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What are the steps to get you food product label registered in dubai?

Register Your Food Product Label Registration in Dubai. Become a Food Hero at The Co—Kitchens to apply for your food product label assessment and registration with the Dubai Municipality to legally and safely sell your food products in Dubai. Registering a food product label in Dubai involves several steps to ensure safety and compliance with local regulations.

Here’s a breakdown of the process:

Check Registration Requirements:

Target market: Determine if you’re registering for local distribution or import/re-export. Requirements might differ slightly.
Product type: Check if your product falls under any specific requirements or exemptions.

Label Compliance:

Mandatory information: Ensure your label clearly displays the following in Arabic (English is optional but must be identical):

  • Product name
  • Net weight
  • Country of origin
  • Storage instructions
  • Production and expiry dates
  • Nutritional information
  • Complete ingredient list, including allergen warnings
  • Name and address of manufacturer or packer

Formatting: Follow the Dubai Municipality’s specific guidelines for font size, placement, and clarity of information.

Memebrs at The Co—Kitchens can apply online with the Dubai Municipality:

Our mentors and experience team will guide you in the online application and help you through any appeals. Are approvals are subject to Dubai Municipality. Fees range from AED10 per product. Subject to change at any time.

Label Assessment (Optional):

If you opted for label assessment, the Dubai Municipality will review your design for compliance. You’ll receive feedback with any necessary corrections for label revision. Once approved, you’ll receive a confirmation document.

Additional steps (if applicable):

Lab testing: The Municipality might request lab tests for specific products to ensure safety and quality.
Import clearance: If importing, additional documents and customs clearance procedures might apply.

Remember: Allow sufficient time for the registration process, typically 6-8 weeks, but it can vary depending on your product and compliance with regulations.

Become a Food Hero at The Co—Co-Kitchens to apply for your food product label assessment and registration with the Dubai Municipality to legally and safely sell your food products in Dubai.