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We are close to importing our stills and the import agents are requesting bond information. According to the codes, you can have a distilling or rectifying plant for Food and Beverage, or other. If regulated by the FDA, the fee is much higher. Since the TTB and not the FDA regulate the industry, should it be classified as other? 8419.40.0080? According to the FDA website Alcohol The Department of the Treasury’s Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) regulates aspects of alcohol production, importation, wholesale distribution, labeling, and advertising. Consumers may write to TTB at 1310 G St. N.W., Box 12, Washington, DC 20005; telephone (202) 453-2000 or see the TTB Contact page.
Hey all, I have a couple of questions on the processing report: - Part II: Finished Products, what constitutes a packaged product? - Under part IV C,D,E, and F Do you need to put packaged products in this category as well, or only bottled? If no, is there a location where finished packaged products go? Thanks, Chris 3030 www.threethousandthirty.com
We were discussing a hypothetical situation today and I thought I would throw it out here to get everybody else's thoughts. We were wondering if a situation arose in which you purchased a finished product through a domestic company that originated in a foreign country, would it fall into column C or D of part IV on the production report? For example: Lets say a distillery was going out of business. They had imported some Russian vodka to sell and you wanted to purchase their remaining stock to sell it. I a wondering how this transaction would need to look in the eyes of the TTB. Is column B only for products that you have imported, or for any finished product that was imported? Is there another scenario in which you could purchase a finished foreign product from a domestic supplier for resale? Thanks, Chris 3030 www.threethousandthirty.com