Or. Admin. R. 603-051-1030 - Standard Pack

(1) Fruit shall be fairly uniform in size and shall be packed in boxes, flats, lugs, or cartons and arranged according to approved and recognized methods. Containers shall be well filled and contents tightly packed, but shall not be excessively or unnecessarily bruised by overfilling or oversize. Fruit in the shown face of the container shall be reasonable representative in size and quality of the contents.
(2) When packed in closed containers the size shall be indicated by marking the container with the numerical count or the minimum size packed.
(3) Boxes, flats, lugs, or cartons:
(a) Fruit packed in cell containers or compartments, fiberboard fillers, or molded trays shall be of proper size for the cells, fillers, or molds in which they are packed, and conform to the marked count;
(b) In order to allow for variation incident to proper packing in containers, the number of fruit shall not vary more than two from the marked count.
(4) When numerical count is not shown, the minimum size shall be plainly marked on the container.
(5) In order to allow for variation incident to proper sizing and packing, not more than ten percent of containers in any lot may fail to meet these requirements.


Or. Admin. R. 603-051-1030
AD 10-1992, f. & cert. ef. 9-9-92

Stat. Auth.: ORS 561.190 & ORS 632.905

Stats. Implemented: ORS 632.905

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