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Section 5109.17 | Conditions for identifying blind-made products.


Goods or articles may be identifield as blind-made products only if the following conditions are met:

(A) At least seventy-five per cent of the total hours required to prepare, process, assemble, package, and pack the product are contributed by blind persons, but such total hours do not include time spent in supervision, administration, inspection, and shipping, or time required to produce component materials which are not produced as part of a program to employ blind persons;

(B) The labor performed by blind persons is not restricted to packaging or packing the goods or articles as distinguished from preparing, processing, or assembling.

A package which does not contain goods which are blind-made shall not carry the label "packaged by the blind" or words of similar import.

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