Quick Answer: What Does Not Labeled For Individual Sale Mean?

A product you buy in a multipack at Costco marked, usually, “not labelled for individual sale” just means that the manufacturer has not provided the mandated labeling on the individual packages, so that commercial resale of those individual packages as-is would violate the law.

What does not labeled for retail sale mean?

TIL “Not labeled for individual sale” means the package does not have the proper nutritional labeling requirements NOT that it is illegal to be sold individually. fda.gov/iceci/ 88% Upvoted. This thread is archived.

What does not to be sold separately mean?

Hence, the “not to be sold separately” is more a warning that these goods physically can’t be sold separately. The information that makes them legal to sell is on the multipack packaging and not the individual cans themselves.

Is it illegal to sell items marked not for resale?

It is perfectly legal to sell something marked “not for resale”. Unless you have a contract with the entity that sold that item to you where you previously agreed in writing NOT to resell it. In that case, it’s the contract where you said you wouldn’t that makes it illegal to sell.

Is it illegal to sell multipack cans individually?

It is not illegal to sell a split multi-pack – the manufacturers label it this way to deter retailers from splitting special-offer multipacks that are heavily discounted by the manufacturer and then re-selling them at full price as single cans.

What does not for resale mean?

Not for resale (NFR) is a designation for products that vendors give to their channel partners for testing and educational purposes with the understanding that the channel partner will not resell those products.

Is not for resale legally binding?

“Not for resale” is not legally binding unless you have a contract with the manufacturer. If you donate “Not for resale” items to a charity – what will they do with the item… resell it.

Can multipack items be sold separately?

There is no breach of current law when a retailer splits a multipack to sell items individually, once the correct price is displayed. Shops must display the selling price of every item offered for sale. But this also means that you can compare prices with other shops and choose the best value option for you.

Can you sell multipacks separately?

We regularly receive complaints from members of the public that a shop is illegally splitting a multipack and selling the items separately. It is not illegal to split multipacks per se but the product must be labelled and priced correctly.

Can you resell supermarket products?

Generally, it’s not illegal to resell an item that you have legitimately purchased. Once you have purchased something at retail it is yours to do with as you choose. Manufacturers tend to have little or no control over a product past the first customer they sell to.