Uzbekistan - Country Commercial Guide
Labeling and Marking Requirements

Overview of the different labeling and marking requirements, including any restrictive advertising or labeling practices and where to get more information.

Last published date: 2022-07-08

All products coming into Uzbekistan must be labeled in the Uzbek language and have certificates of origin.  Food products, personal hygiene items and certain other consumer products imported into Uzbekistan must have labeling in the Uzbek language that has been attached prior to import by the manufacturer.  The government has introduced digital tracker labeling requirements for the following goods: 

  • Tobacco and alcohol (except beer) products – starting from January 1, 2021 

  • Beer products – starting from April 1, 2021 

  • Household appliances: 

  1. TVs, monitors, refrigerators and freezers, vacuum cleaners, and washing machines – starting from April 15, 2022 

  2. Gas stoves, kitchen hoods, stoves, ovens, microwaves, irons, and water heaters – starting from August 1, 2022 

  3. Heating boilers, air conditioners, juicers, blenders, mixers, coffee machines, meat grinders, and lamps – starting from November 1, 2022 

  • Water and soft drinks – starting from March 1, 2022. 

  • Drugs and medical supplies: 

  • Drugs in the secondary (outer) packaging (except for orphan drugs) – starting from September 1, 2022 

  • Drugs in the primary (inner) packaging and bulk-packaged drugs – termed “angro-products” – (except for orphan drugs) – starting from November 1, 2022 

  • Orphan drugs (for the treatment of rare diseases) and medical devices for the diagnosis and treatment of rare (orphan) diseases - starting from March 1, 2023 

  • Medical devices included in the duly approved list – starting from February 1, 2025. 

CRPT Turon LLC is the government’s partner that ensures the creation, operation and development of the information system for digital labeling and traceability of goods.