Perishable goods definition

Perishable goods means personal property maintained under controlled conditions for its preservation, and susceptible to loss or damage if the controlled conditions change.
Perishable goods means such of the Goods as shall be in fact or law liable to deteriorate in quality and/or value and shall include, but not be limited to, fruits, vegetables, dairy products, meat, etc.

Examples of Perishable goods in a sentence

  • Except pursuant to special arrangements previously agreed in writing by Company, Customer warrants that it shall not tender for Services any Dangerous goods, Valuable goods, Perishable goods, live animals, plants or other goods which require any special handling or attention of whatsoever nature.

  • Perishable goods, which are not taken up immediately upon arrival or which are insufficiently addressed or marked or otherwise not identifiable may be sold or otherwise disposed of without any notice to the customer and payment or tender of the net proceeds of any sale after deduction of charges shall be equivalent to delivery.

  • Perishable goods which are not taken up immediately upon arrival or which are insufficiently addressed or marked or otherwise not readily identifiable, may be sold or otherwise disposed of without any notice to the Customer or the Owner and payment or tender of the net proceeds of any sale after deduction of charges and expenses shall be equivalent to delivery.

  • Perishable goods which are not taken up immediately upon arrival or which are insufficiently addressed, marked or otherwise not readily identifiable, may be sold or otherwise disposed of without any notice to the Customer and payment or tender of the net proceeds of any sale after deduction of charges and expenses shall be equivalent to delivery.

  • Perishable goods shall be properly packed by the shipper to prevent damage or deterioration in flight.


More Definitions of Perishable goods

Perishable goods means goods that rapidly decay due to their natural characteristics, in particular in the absence of appropriate storage conditions;
Perishable goods means stock preserved and maintained under controlled conditions and susceptible to loss or damage if the controlled conditions change.
Perishable goods means any goods of a perishable nature and includes goods which require temperature control or goods with a short shelf-life.
Perishable goods means goods liable to rapid deterioration and, in particular, means fish, fruit, vegetables, potatoes, plants, bread, meat, game, butter, eggs, milk, cheese, birds, poultry, small animals and any other thing which the Managing Director may by notice in the Gazette declare to be perishable goods;
Perishable goods means Goods that over a short period of time may be physically destroyed or so changed, altered or deteriorated and/or of un-merchantable qualities and/or have lost their commercial identity and which no longer fulfill their contract description.
Perishable goods means fresh, chilled or frozen fish, crustacean, molluscs, fruits, vegetables, chilled or frozen meat or poultry, dairy and dairy products, eggs and egg products, and swine and pork products ; and
Perishable goods means any Goods which are subject to waste, deterioration or spoilage over time or through contact with other goods or elements and include fruit, vegetables, dairy products, meat, newspapers and magazines.