§ 93.6. Marking.
(a) A person may not sell, expose for sale or transport for sale apples in closed packages labeled as having been exposed to controlled atmosphere, nor may they use a term or form of words or symbols of similar import on a container, unless the apples were stored in a warehouse complying with the requirements of § 93.4 (relating to atmospheric and temperature conditions), and such storage is certified by the Department, or by the state where the apples were stored (if the controlled atmosphere storage regulations of that state are equivalent to the requirements of this chapter).
(b) Any lot of apples represented as being exposed to controlled atmosphere conditions and which fails to meet the requirements of § 93.5 (relating to condition standards) shall be cause for the Department to require evidence that the apples were stored in a facility pursuant to § 93.4.
(c) A person may not mark a container of apples to indicate or imply official certification of storage or condition of apples unless the certification has been given under this chapter.
(d) The containers of apples meeting the requirements of § 93.5 may be marked with an official stamp furnished by the Department, or other approved markings.
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