Misrepresentation concerning grower, state of origin or fresh condition
No person, by means of any representation, either verbal, printed or written, shall willfully represent or pretend that fryers or parts thereof:
(1) Were grown by any person, or in any state, other than by the person and in the state where the fryers were in fact grown; or
(2) Are fresh, if at any time after slaughter, they have ever been frozen. [1959 c.385 §4; 1967 c.301 §1; 1997 c.462 §3]
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