Trinidad and Tobago - Country Commercial Guide
Labeling and Marking Requirements
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Most standards for labeling and marking are compulsory, but some are voluntary.  Consult the Bureau of Standards website for specific information.

All products will require some minimum form of labelling as outlined in the national compulsory standard TTS76:

PART 1: 2006: Requirements for labelling – part 1 – General Principles.

These requirements include but are not limited to the following:

  1. Description of product which includes size, date of manufacture, volume, and weight.
  2. Name and address that enables the consumer to locate and identify who is the manufacturer, distributor, seller, or refiller.
  3. Country of origin in a form such as “product of,” “made in,” “manufactured in,” or “assembled in.”
  4. Information regarding any specific dangers which may be related to the use of the goods and or packaging and first aid instruction where applicable.