Essential Information About Trademark Class 30
Want to register your kitchen supply brand for trademark class 30? Good for you—it is an important step for growing businesses to take.
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Trademarks, managed by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), protect the registered part of your brand against use by other organizations. Other companies in your industry cannot use any of the following once they have trademark status:
After approval, your trademark is good for ten years. If your company is still making use of the mark after five years, you can renew it.
Trademark protection law provides grounds to sue another entity for using a part of your registered brand without authorization. Competitors infringing on your trademark are liable for legal consequences. That is why valuable brands should be trademarked.
Trademark class 30 deals with plant-based food items intended for:
- Enhancement of other foods
- Preservation of other foods
You can check the consumption subcategory items in the following table:
|Almond paste||Capers||Ice cream||Rice|
|Artificial coffee||Cereal||Ice, natural or artificial||Rice cakes|
|Barley meal||Cereal bars||Pasta||Rice pudding|
|Bean meal||Cheeseburgers [sandwiches]||Mayonnaise||Sandwiches|
|Biscuits/cookies||Chicory [coffee substitute]||Meal/flour||Sushi|
|Bread||Chips [cereal products]||Meat pies||Tacos|
|Bread rolls||Chocolate||Oat flakes||Tarts|
|Buns||Corn, milled/maize, milled||Pies||Tomato sauce|
|Cake dough/cake batter||Crackers||Pizzas||Tortillas|
Items intended for food enhancement are listed in the table below:
|Almond confectionery||Confectionery/sugar confectionery||Glucose for culinary purposes||Peppers [seasonings]|
|Aniseed||Cooking salt||Honey||Saffron [seasoning]|
|Candy decorations for cakes||Curry [spice]||Ketchup [sauce]||Seaweed [condiment]|
|Celery salt||Dessert mousses [confectionery]||Liquorice [confectionery]||Soya sauce|
|Chocolate mousses||Dressings for salad||Lozenges [confectionery]/pastilles [confectionery]||Soya bean paste [condiment]|
|Chocolate decorations for cakes||Flavorings||Malt extract for food||Vanilla [flavoring] [flavouring]|
|Chow-chow [condiment]||Fondants [confectionery]||Marinades||Vanillin [vanilla substitute]|
|Chutneys [condiments]||Fruit jellies [confectionery]||Natural sweeteners|
|Cinnamon [spice]||Fruit coulis [sauces]||Nutmegs|
|Cloves [spice]||Garden herbs, preserved [seasonings]||Pasta sauce|
Items for preservation of other foods are:
- Baking powder
- Baking soda
- Beer vinegar
- Ferments for pastes
- Meat tenderizers, for household purposes
Next, submit your application by following these steps:
- Visit the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS)
- Log in or create an account for TEAS
- Launch a new application for a class 30 trademark
- Input the requested information about your brand
- Pay the filing fee
Keep the following timelines in mind when planning your trademark registration:
|Confirmed receipt of application via email||Up to 14 days of application submission|
|USPTO ruling on your application||9–12 months|
|Window for renewal of trademark||Within 5–6 years of registration|
|Expiration of trademark||Ten years after registered|
- TEAS Plus—$250/class
- TEAS Standard—$350/class
To effectively manage the procedure, you will likely need to hire a trademark lawyer. Errors in your application may result in a denial. As convenient as legal assistance is, it can also be cost-prohibitive for new companies.
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- Sign up for DoNotPay
- Choose our Trademark Registration product
- Explain your trademark and answer a few questions
- Pay the filing fees
After submission, we will give you an application tracking number so that you can stay up to date on the progress. We also ensure the USPTO has your email address and can contact you with updates and additional questions.
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