WASHINGTON — A rule that would require alcoholic drink labels to bear information relating to alcohol content, serving size and nutrition, is being considered by the Treasury Department’s Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, according to the Associated Press. The department will collect comments on the proposed rule — which was scheduled to be published yesterday — through Oct. 29, according to the AP. Although liquor and wine labels must currently include percentage of alcohol by ...

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