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Section 925.53 | Misbranding fresh fruit and vegetable containers.


No person shall sell, offer for sale, or expose or have in his possession for sale fresh fruits or vegetables which have been prepackaged in containers in the same retail store, market, or business establishment where said commodities are being exposed or offered for sale if said containers are misbranded.

A container of fresh fruits and vegetables prepackaged at retail store level is misbranded if:

(A) Its labeling is false or misleading in any particular.

(B) Its contents have been falsely advertised as to grade, size, quantity, variety, or state of origin.

(C) It does not bear a label marked in accordance with sections 925.51 to 925.60, inclusive, of the Revised Code.

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