Crucial Info About Class 29 Trademarks

Trademark Registration Crucial Info About Class 29 Trademarks

The Ultimate Guide to Registering Your Class 29 Trademark

Registering for a class 29 trademark is essential for culinary businesses. As a brand grows out of the small business market and enters a new echelon, it becomes more important to protect it from imitators and infringers.

We will tell you everything you need to know about the trademark registration process—or you can skip the hard work and let DoNotPay take care of it for you.

Trademarks 101

Trademarks protect aspects of a given brand from unauthorized use by other entities. If you do not file for a trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), your brand is not officially protected. You can register the following as trademarks to keep them from being used by your competition:


If another company uses your trademark, you can sue them for infringement. Keep in mind that a trademark is not the same as copyright, which applies only to works of authorship, and service marks only protect the service-providing brands.

What Does Trademark Class 29 Protect?

There are 45 classes of trademarks, and class 29 protects the following categories of goods:

  • Meat
  • Fish
  • Poultry and game
  • Meat extracts
  • Preserved, frozen, dried, and cooked fruits and vegetables
  • Jellies, jams, and compotes
  • Eggs
  • Milk and milk products
  • Edible oils and fats

Meats, Fish, Seafood, and Mollusks

Check out the complete list of goods below:

  • Bacon
  • Broth concentrates/bouillon concentrates
  • Caviar
  • Clams, not live
  • Fish fillets
  • Fish, not live
  • Fish, preserved
  • Fish, tinned
  • Liver
  • Lobsters, not live
  • Meat, tinned
  • Pork
  • Poultry, not live
  • Sea-cucumbers, not live
  • Spiny lobsters, not live

Dairy Products and Dairy Substitutes

The following dairy products fall under class 29:

  • Cheese
  • Condensed milk
  • Milk
  • Milk beverages, milk predominating
  • Milk products
  • Milkshakes
  • Milk ferments for culinary purposes
  • Milk of almonds for culinary purposes
  • Peanut milk for culinary purposes

Birds Eggs and Egg Products

Class 29 also covers eggs and egg products. Check out the list below:

  • Albumen for culinary purposes
  • Edible birds’ nests
  • Powdered eggs
  • Non-alcoholic eggnog

Oils and Fats

Various oils and fats—meant to be consumed fresh or cooked—are covered by trademark class 29:

  • Aloe vera prepared for human consumption
  • Almonds, ground
  • Bone oil, edible
  • Coconut oil
  • Edible oils
  • Fat-containing mixtures for bread slices
  • Fatty substances meant for the manufacture of edible fats
  • Olive oil for food
  • Palm kernel oil for food
  • Palm oil for food
  • Linseed oil for culinary purposes
  • Flaxseed oil for culinary purposes

Processed Fruits, Fungi, and Vegetables

Check out the comprehensive list below to confirm that class 29 covers the product you want to register:

  • Ajvar
  • Aubergine paste/eggplant paste
  • Crystallized fruits/frosted fruits
  • Lentils, preserved
  • Pollen prepared as foodstuff
  • Preserved garlic
  • Sauerkraut
  • Seaweed extracts for food
  • Soya beans, preserved, for food
  • Vegetable soup preparations

Soups and Stocks, Meat Extracts

Class 29 is the right choice if you want to trademark:

  • Meat jellies
  • Meat, preserved

Sausage Skins

Anything related to sausages falls under class 29:

  • Sausages
  • Sausages in batter

Prepared Insects and Larvae

Check out exotic items covered by class 29:

  • Silkworm chrysalis, for human consumption
  • Snail eggs

Required Steps in the Class 29 Trademark Application Procedure

The trademark application process begins with double-checking that your brand does not conflict with another registered trademark. Once you have determined your business is valid for registration, follow these steps:

  1. Visit the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS)
  2. Sign in or create an account for TEAS
  3. Start a new application for a class 29 trademark
  4. Fill in the requested information about your brand
  5. Submit the application

Trademark Timelines

There are several time frames involved in the trademark registration process:

Event Timeframe
Confirmation of receipt of application Within 14 days of submission
Approval/denial of application 9–12 months
Renewal of trademark Within 5–6 years of registration
Expiration of trademark Ten years from registration (if not renewed)

How Much Does the Trademark Registration Cost?

You must pay a filing fee for each trademark class under which your product or service falls. The USPTO offers two types of fees:

  1. TEAS Plus—$250/class
  2. TEAS Standard—$350/class

TEAS Plus is often better for first-time applicants who can find a description in the Trademark ID manual that fits their goods or service. TEAS Standard is for brands that require a custom definition of their goods or service.

In addition to the filing fees levied by the USPTO, you will likely need to hire a trademark lawyer to assist in the process. This can be an expensive prospect for growing businesses, so the more cost-effective option is to use DoNotPay.

DoNotPay Makes the Trademark Registration Process Simple

Registering a class 29 trademark for your small business does not have to be a costly and time-consuming process. DoNotPay is an AI-powered robot lawyer that manages tedious yet unavoidable procedures.

DoNotPay’s Trademark Registration tool will manage the following:

  • Disclosure of required information
  • Execution and submission of the application
  • Facilitation of review and signing

After the application is submitted, we will give you an application tracking number so that you can stay up to date on any progress. We also ensure the USPTO has your email and can contact you with any updates or follow-up questions.

To use this fantastic tool, follow these steps:

  1. Sign up for DoNotPay
  2. Opt for our Trademark Registration product
  3. Describe your trademark in detail
  4. Cover the filing expenses

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DoNotPay Helps You Deal With Various Registration Processes!

One of the first tasks you should complete as a business owner is to obtain an Employer Identification Number (EIN). Applying for it is usually a tedious process unless you use DoNotPay! We can file your application on your behalf and notify you accordingly.

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If you wish to register your business name, slogan, or logo as a trademark but you’re not sure how the process goes, rely on DoNotPay and finish your registration in no time! We can also help you protect your trademark by monitoring it every month and filing a cease and desist demand if anyone tries to steal it.


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