Every distributor, person who sells at wholesale, or manufacturer of milk, cream,
or any dairy product shall maintain and keep, for a period of three years from their initial recordation, or for a period of three years from their expiration date, whichever period is longer, all of the following records:
(a) A record of all milk, cream, or dairy products received, detailed as to location,
names and addresses of suppliers, prices paid, and deductions or charges made, and
the use to which the milk or cream was put.
(b) A record of all milk, cream, or dairy products sold, classified as to kind and
grade of milk, cream, or dairy product, showing where the milk, cream, and dairy products were sold, the quantities sold, the amounts received
for the sales, and the written price schedules maintained by the distributor, person who
sells at wholesale, or manufacturer for all milk, cream, and dairy products sold.
(c) A record of the wastage or loss of milk or any dairy product.
(d) A record of all costs of manufacturing, processing, handling, sale, and delivery,
including overhead costs.
(e) A record of all property or financial transactions, other than those for which
records are maintained under subdivision (b), between the distributor, person who sells at wholesale, or manufacturer and wholesale
(f) Other records that the director may deem necessary for the proper enforcement of this chapter.
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