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Sales prohibitions
Agriculture & Markets (AGM) CHAPTER 69, ARTICLE 12-A
§ 156-e. Sales prohibitions. (1) No person shall sell, expose for
sale or transport for sale farm products in open or closed packages, if
the package containing them or the label on them shall bear any
statement, design or device regarding such farm products which shall be
false or misleading in any particular. (2) No person shall sell or offer
for sale or transport for sale in either open or closed packages farm
products packed in such manner that the face or shown surface shall not
be an average of the contents of the package. (3) It shall be unlawful
for any person or persons to designate, display any sign designating, or
advertise any place of business as a farmers' market, unless farm
products as defined in section two hundred twenty-three of the
agriculture and markets law principally are displayed and offered for
sale or sold therein or thereon.