FOR GENERAL QUALITIES
The honey shall be packed in hygienically clean, wide-mouthed glass containers or in acid-resistant, lacquered tin containers, or in other suitable containers. With glass-bottle packaging, one does not have to worry about harmful substances from plastic leaching into the honey, or the plastic not being food-grade. The screwed caps for the glass containers shall be of non-corrosive and non-reactive material and shall be provided with washers to avoid spilling.
All the brands were packed in a sealed container.
Each container should be legibly and indelibly marked with these details: a) name of the material and grade designation; b) name of the packer; c) batch or code number; d) date of packing; e) net weight; f) standard mark (Agmark), if any; g) best before; h) storage instruction; i) nutritional information; (opional) and j) Green Dot. The Green Dot was not marked on Patanjali despite
being a requirement for vegetarian products.
Khadi claimed to be Grade A.