2010 Tennessee Code
Title 53 - Food, Drugs And Cosmetics
Chapter 2 - Tennessee Egg Law
53-2-108 - Labeling Candling Exceptions.

53-2-108. Labeling Candling Exceptions.

(a)  All shell eggs offered or exposed for sale at retail shall be labeled as to grade and size, except those bought from producers for sale directly to consumers or licensed egg handlers by a person whose total volume of eggs sold at retail does not exceed one hundred (100) cases of eggs per year.

(b)  No person under this chapter shall sell eggs in this state that have not been candled, except that up to fifty (50) cases may be sold by a producer as unclassified eggs each year.

(c)  Eggs sold as unclassified or ungraded eggs shall be sold in containers that are labeled to indicate the producer of the eggs.

[Acts 1951, ch. 124, § 7; 1953, ch. 98, § 3 (Williams, § 6579.35); 1981, ch. 322, § 8; T.C.A. (orig. ed.), § 52-208.]  

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