Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 71
WEIGHTS AND MEASURES
CHAPTER 2
STANDARDS
71-233.  Packaged commodities — Label required — Contents. Any packaged commodity, introduced or received into intrastate commerce or kept, offered or exposed for sale shall bear on the outside of the package declarations of: (1) the identity of the commodity in the package, (2) the net quantity of the contents in terms of weight, measure or count, and (3) where the package is not sold where packed the name and place of business of the manufacturer, packer or distributor. The director may by regulation provide for use and/or methods of labeling, qualifying terms, reasonable variations, exceptions, exemptions, declarations of price, random packages, misleading packages, standards of net weight, measure or count and standards of fill, and advertising. In adopting such regulations the director may consider the appropriate federal packaging and labeling laws and regulations and all commodities packaged in compliance with such federal laws and regulations.

History:
[71-233, added 1969, ch. 43, sec. 17, p. 108.]


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