Section 918.30 | Official inspection mark and plant number - identification of product.
(A) Each shipping container of any poultry inspected under the authority of section 918.22 of the Revised Code and found to be wholesome in accordance with regulations adopted under section 918.25 of the Revised Code, shall, at the time such product leaves the establishment, bear in distinctly legible form the official inspection mark and the plant number of the establishment in which the contents were processed and inspected. Each immediate container of poultry product inspected under the authority of section 918.22 of the Revised Code and found to be wholesome in accordance with regulations adopted under section 918.25 of the Revised Code shall, at the time such product leaves the establishment, bear, in addition to such mark and number, the name of the product, a statement of ingredients, if fabricated from two or more ingredients, including a declaration as to artificial flavor, or preservatives, if any, the net weight or other appropriate measure of the contents, and the name and address of the processor. The name and address of the distributor may be used in lieu of the name and address of the processor if the approved plant number is used to identify the establishment in which the poultry product was processed and packed.
(B) The director of agriculture may by regulation adopted under Chapter 119. of the Revised Code permit reasonable variations and grant exemptions from the foregoing labeling requirements in any manner not in conflict with the purposes of sections 918.21 to 918.31, inclusive, of the Revised Code.
Available Versions of this Section
- January 1, 1971 – House Bill 1056, 108th General Assembly [ View January 1, 1971 Version ]