Archived - Packaging, Labelling and Grading
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Packaging materials shall not impart any undesirable substance to the meat product, either chemically or physically, and shall protect the food product sufficiently to prevent contamination.
Label as defined in the Meat Inspection Act, includes any legend, word, mark, symbol, design, imprint, stamp, brand, ticket or tag or any combination thereof that is or is to be applied or attached to or included in, or that accompanies or is to accompany, any meat product, package or animal.
- Industry Labelling Tool
- Meat Hygiene Manual of Procedures - Chapter 7 - Packaging and Labelling
- Retail Food
- Wholesale Meat Specifications Document
- Pre-market registration of labels and recipes
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