California Targeting “Slack Fill” In Consumer Product Packaging
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
California prosecutors are going after products with excessive “slack fill” or extra room in the packaging, taking what some deem a too-strict reading of the state’s Fair Packaging and Labeling Act. An expert outlines the legitimate exemptions for manufacturers and keys to staying out of trouble with slack fill.
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