§ 901.

ITEM PRICES

Every retail grocery store or grocery department within a general retail merchandise store which uses an automatic checkout system shall cause to have a clearly readable price indicated on each packaged consumer commodity offered for sale on or after January 1, 1980, provided, however, that said requirement shall not apply to:

1.

Any unpackaged fresh food produce, or fresh dairy product;

2.

Any consumer commodity under three cubic inches in size or weighing less than three ounces or priced for less than 30 cents;

3.

Any grocery business which has as its only regular employees the owner thereof, or the parent, spouse, or child of such owner, or in addition thereto, not more than two other persons employed on a regular schedule for a continuing period of time;

4.

Identical items within a multi-item package;

5.

Items sold through a vending machine;

6.

“Special” or “sale” items offered for sale at less than normal price, for a period of seven days or less.

History

(Added by Ord. 598-79, App. 12/3/79)

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