Label No. 1
1. The statement of identity placement is not quite right; it should be parallel to the base of the packaging.
2. The total container amount is not required to be on the primary display panel, but if you’re going to have it on there, it must be clear to what it is (either matching the per serving amount declared in the Supplement Facts panel on the back side, or, it must clarify if it’s per container/bottle). You don’t want your customer to have to do math when reading your labels so it’s best to spell it out for them right there.
3. The list of ingredients lists only full-spectrum hemp oil. Because most hemp oils use a carrier oil as part of the manufacturing process, it’s unclear what else is in the bottle.
4. The 800 number could be determined to be inadequate because the requirement is the name and place of the business. This product could come in a box with that additional information, which would suffice. However, customers will likely throw the box away, which is why it’s best to have the same information on bottle and box, as much as will fit.