I'm not sure where your product falls, but there is a USDA FSIS procedure for temporary label approval - meat and poultry products.
3. Labels for temporary approval (9 CFR 412.1 © (4)).
A temporary label approval may be granted for labels with a regulatory deviation that does not pose any potential health, safety, or dietary problems to the consumer. Temporary approvals will be granted for up to 180 days, and plants can apply for one extension of up to an additional 180 days. Plant transfers are a special type of temporary approval which is granted approval for 60 days with one additional extension. Temporary label approval is granted on a case-by-case basis.
Example: A supplier changes ingredients and fails to inform the establishment, and the establishment needs to make a minor correction to the ingredients statement. The establishment can apply for a temporary approval to use the existing label, even though it does not have the correct ingredients statement.
Only LPDS can grant temporary approvals for labels with deficiencies. The submitter must address the four conditions for temporary approval listed in 9 CFR 412.1 (f) and explain how they meet each condition. As part of their label application, they must also explain exactly what is wrong with their label. Example: A change in the ingredients statement from what was approved in the past. The submitter would submit both ingredients statements and highlight the differences between them