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mis·brand

 (mĭs-brănd′)
tr.v. mis·brand·ed, mis·brand·ing, mis·brands
To brand or label incorrectly, especially in order to mislead or defraud.

misbrand

(ˌmɪsˈbrænd)
vb (tr)
(Marketing) to brand or label incorrectly or misleadingly
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The teams also sealed four soda water units including Hussain Soda Water, Shahid Soda Water, Ismael Soda Water and Punjab Soda Water for misbranding, fake labeling, absence of filtration plant, artificial flavours, use of chemical drums and other offences.
Food Authority Director General Riaz Khan Mehsud added that misbranding cold drinks was a common practice, but they have worked to curb the illicit business to just the suburbs and rural areas.
Director General added that misbranding in cold drinks was a much common practice, but due to authority's crackdowns the business is now limited to suburban and rural areas.
Cottage industry is the major source of adulteration and misbranding while in KP it's hard to raid a home without authentic information, night squad captain disclosed.
He noted that suppliers who engage in misbranding and underweight of the farm input would be fined about N20 million upon conviction by the court.
Department of Justice, two companies--Wilbur-Ellis Company, San Francisco, Calif., and Diversified Ingredients, Inc., Ballwin, Mo.-- were found guilty in federal court of adulterating and misbranding pet food ingredients.
It is mandatory for all food manufacturers/marketers to seek approval from the Punjab Food Authority on the contents of promotional TV commercials prior to their broadcast in order to avoid mislabelling, deception and misbranding.
In a warning letter sent by the FDA, dated October 5, 2018, the FDA's Office of Prescription Drug Promotion said that posts on MannKind Corporation's Facebook page for Afrezza on February 9, 2018, and March 19, 2018 made "false or misleading claims and/or representations about the risks associated with Afrezza by suggesting that there are no safety concerns associated with the use of the drug." The OPDP requested that MannKind immediately cease misbranding Afrezza and/or cease introducing the misbranded drug into interstate commerce and directed the company to submit a written response to its letter on or before October 19, 2018.
The flour mill was sealed over mislabeling and misbranding by preparing different unregistered brands with Punjab addresses.
Last year, Tyson recalled about 2.5 million pounds of ready-to-eat breaded chicken "due to misbranding and undeclared allergens."
For several other reported actions, the reason was misbranding, that is, errors in labeling the product.