pull date


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pull date

n.
A date stamped on a perishable item of food, such as milk, after which it should not be sold.
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If the UPC had the ability to include a pull date, we could automate a markdown sys tem at the checkout counter We could assure that no package is sold beyond its pull date.
For starters, we may let the consumer know about the pull date, which they don' know about right now.
As a testament to the beer's freshness, each bottle has a "pull date" on its label to inform the consumer of the date by which Eureka should be purchased to ensure superior taste.
We do use shelf signs with a two-month pull date. We also use shippers, but with discretion to avoid having too many up at one time."--Chain, Utah
The sign indicates that the item is being discontinued, a new lower price and a pull date, usually a couple of weeks after the delisting is published in the store bulletin.
"Consumers can look for the brightly colored new messaging panels on our organic kefir and yogurts giving them clean information about the total live cultures and live probiotic counts at pull dates they can expect from each of their Nancy's servings.
Many of these products don't have the shelf stability they would need for 110-day pull dates, much less the 6-12 months these bottles are out there.
Louis, or Golden could monitor sales, distribution, pull dates, shelf space, shelf position, P.O.S.
The "Easy Meal" entrees that don't sell are cooked before they reach their pull dates and merchandised in the deli/prepared foods department.
(Some retailers/distributors post pull dates on the signs for that reason.) The company's non-foods supervisors keep a watch on them, she says, "although it's only a matter of time before customers--probably kids--pull them off."