Yes. The definition for Pack ID in the glossary is the following: “Information identifying 1) who produced the product and 2) when the product is packed/repacked. Linked to Lot ID for complete traceability”. The person who produced the product in this case is Paul Jones (PJ). The product was packed during the week of April 7 -14 which fulfills the requirement for when it was packed. This does NOT have to be a date. It is up to the operation to determine the “when” – it may be an hour, a week, a month, etc. It is, however, in the operation’s best interest to narrow down the “when” as in the case of a recall the least amount of product affected, the better. Section 17.2 (Use of Packaging Materials) requires that the Pack ID be on the secondary packaging materials unless there are no secondary packaging materials, then it would be on the primary packaging materials. If there are no primary packaging materials, then the Pack ID would be on the pallet or skid.