Recent Examples of unlabeled from the Web
The alcohol seized from Kukulkan, the bar at Iberostar Paraiso Maya, was expired and unlabeled and kept in unsanitary conditions, according to the Sentinel.
The problem with dietary restrictions is that many foods have additives or unlabeled ingredients.
Some critical violations, like rodents in a kitchen or adulterated food, tend to alarm the general public more than more technical sounding violations, like the wrong temperature for food or unlabeled cleaning chemicals.
Impaired driving, drug abuse, Brainard and South Woodland roads: Police responded to a reported car crash around 4:45 p.m. on July 5, with a Beachwood man, 24, taken into custody, along with an unlabeled prescription bottle containing 11 pills.
The capacitive navigation buttons return and are again unlabeled (and practically invisible).
Spanning nine food brands and dozens of products so far, the USDA cites bread crumbs containing unlabeled milk – an allergen – as the cause of recall.
Avoid donating rusty or unlabeled cans, expired food, food in glass containers and perishable items.
Sovay notes that marketers want to ensure that influencers are following all compliance rules, a need highlighted by the FCC’s recent crackdown on unlabeled social media endorsements.
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- unlabeled DNA
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