6367 Shares

What information are mostly on the label of a container?

What information are mostly on the label of a container? Topic: Homework labels
May 21, 2019 / By Irmalinda
Question: I have this Business homework where I need to design the bottle and the information, etc. I just need to know the basic information that is on the label stuck onto the container. Appreciate your help. Sorry, forgot to tell you guys. The bottle is a drink one.
Best Answer

Best Answers: What information are mostly on the label of a container?

Elfleda Elfleda | 5 days ago
Look on some bottles similar to what you want to design. Bottles for food contain different information than bottles for medicine or bottles of cleaning solution. You need to determine what category of goods you will be designing it for.
👍 158 | 👎 5
Did you like the answer? What information are mostly on the label of a container? Share with your friends

We found more questions related to the topic: Homework labels


Elfleda Originally Answered: A food manufacturer has included the following claim on the container label for a product:?
a - Of course - - it is just Eye catching advertising to people who believe the radical hype. Just check the fine print on the TV adds they state 'not evaluated by the FDA also many say not intended to cure any ? ? BTW donate blood - they check your hemoglobin levels and WOW donate every two weeks -(Pharisees - or white cells - platelets - plasma)
Elfleda Originally Answered: A food manufacturer has included the following claim on the container label for a product:?
I wouldn't. I discard a as it is probably incorrect, and all the others are guess work. This is a case where you need to read the whole text and work out the answer yourself, or just pick one at random like others will do as they are less likely to know about it than you.

Elfleda Originally Answered: Is an empty glass considered an open container?
The cop pulled you over for some reason (he couldn't see the back seat until you were stopped!), and whatever that reason was made him suspect that the empty glass had been, well, 'recently emptied'. However, neither you nor the officer nor Yahoo! Answers can answer your question. The cop accused you of violating the open container law, but only the judge can say if you did or not. If you go to court (all clean-cut and neatly dressed, super polite and respectful), and tell the judge that the empty cup was from a soda earlier in the day, the beers you were taking home to drink, and that 'No, sir, but just in case I'll never leave an empty glass in the car when I have beer in the back seat, sir!', you'll likely just get a stern talking to, unless the officer states that you were swerving over the lanes like a drunk, etc.... at which point you say to the judge, 'Your Honor, if he thought I was drunk, I wish that he'd given me a Breathalyzer test, so I could prove I wasn't!', and leave the cop to explain why he wrote you up but didn't test you. Good luck! (And next time, stick the beer in the trunk!)
Elfleda Originally Answered: Is an empty glass considered an open container?
yes and no if the glass was unused, and clean of any residue, and they bagged and labeled it as evidence. and you completed a breath test with a 0.00. Then no, you would win in a US court. You would be able to prove there was no alcohol in the glass, beers were unopened and you were not intoxicated. (unless there are specific laws on proximity of booze and glass to driver, in your state.) anything out side of this and you are pretty much ******. I recommend. Talk to a lawyer ASAP find out the law in your state exercise your right to trial
Elfleda Originally Answered: Is an empty glass considered an open container?
I guess it could be if they wanted to get you and there was enough liquid to test. I guess, in your case, they wanted to get you and you had enough left in the glass.

If you have your own answer to the question homework labels, then you can write your own version, using the form below for an extended answer.