Oregon Statutes - Chapter 616 - General and Miscellaneous Provisions - Section 616.825 - Sale of perishable food after expiration of pull date prohibited; exceptions; time for removal of packages with expired pull dates.

(1) No person shall sell or offer for sale at retail any packaged perishable food after the expiration of the open pull date appearing on the label of the package or container unless:

(a) The package has been separated from packages of perishable food with open pull dates that have not expired;

(b) Each such package or group of packages is clearly identified in retail display as having an expired open pull date; and

(c) The food is fit for human consumption according to applicable state and federal law.

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, a vendor shall be allowed the first eight business hours after the expiration of the open pull date within which to remove all packages with an expired pull date. [1973 c.173 §6]

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