Wine Business Blog Wine Business Follow us on Twitter Wine Business Blog RSS Subscribe to Wine Business Blog by Email Wine Industry Blogs Wine Industry Classifieds Wine Industry Events Wine News Archives Wine People News Vineyard Weather Wine Jobs
 
May 17, 2013 | 10:49 AM

Reporter Cathy Bussewitz reports today in the Press Democrat that "companies that advertise beverages on social networking sites, blogs, mobile applications and video sharing sites like YouTube will have to include mandatory statements on their profile or brand pages and refrain from making prohibited statements, such as false health claims." 

Social media consultant Andrew Healy said it may be difficult for the TTB to keep tabs on this, adding:

“But you don't want to be the winery that they happen upon and want to make an example of."

Read the story.  

Any thoughts?

 

Got a tip? Tell us
Authors
Search WB Blog
Recent Posts
chris kassel's Intoxicology Report
Inside The Scatterbrain Of Sean O'Keefe
Debra Meiburg
Jelly Belly
Liv-ex Fine Wine Market Blog
Talking trade: 12th - 18th September
A listing of all the blogs monitored by our editors on a daily basis.
Email your comments to blog@winebusiness.com