Label No. 2
1. A Supplement Facts panel is missing.
2. The information panel, where a Supplement Facts panel would go, is formatted incorrectly. The ingredients shouldn’t be boxed in.
3. The statement of identity is missing.
4. The instructions, while on the front panel, are not easy to read. And, people are expecting them to be in a different place because it’s uncommon to have instructions for use on the front of a package.
5. A company website is listed, but the contact information should go beyond that. If you’re going to include only a website, and not a business address, you should ensure the website is working and there is a place for consumers to contact you.
6. The text "Helps with sleep disorders" is a direct claim, which is not accepted for dietary supplements, per DSHEA guidelines. It needs to be reworded to have an acceptable structure-function claim, such as "Helps promote restful sleep."