Oregon Department of Agriculture

Rule Rule 603-025-0120
Identification After Pull Date Expiration

Food required to be labeled with a pull date, and after the expiration of such pull date is found to be fit for human consumption, may be sold or offered for sale at retail if:


It is segregated from like foods with unexpired pull dates, either by sorting and separating in the same retail display shelf or cabinet from like foods with unexpired pull dates, or by removal to a separate retail display shelf or cabinet.


Each individual package is labeled or a conspicuous and visible placard is posted immediately adjacent to any display of such food, stating that the pull date of such food has expired. Any label or placard so utilized shall be in legible, boldface type in distinct contrast to the label or placard color.

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