An operation that is packing puts a blue sticker with an X on it (in their records this indicates it was packed during the week of April 7-14) and writes ‘PJ’ (in their records, this represents the initials of the owner of the operation that produced the product) on their secondary packaging materials. Is this fulfilling the requirement for Pack ID?

Yes. The definition for Pack ID in the glossary is the following: “Information identifying 1) who produced the product and 2)

An operation that is packing puts a blue sticker with an X on it (in their records this indicates it was packed during the week of April 7-14) and writes ‘PJ’ (in their records, this represents the initials of the owner of the operation that produced the product) on their secondary packaging materials. Is this fulfilling the requirement for Pack ID?2017-11-03T16:25:27-04:00

If product is labelled individually (e.g., with a barcode stamp or sticker corresponding to records within the operation that identify who produced the product and the packing date), does the box still need to be labelled with Pack ID?

No, in this situation the operation would not be required to have the Pack ID on the boxes. The requirement in

If product is labelled individually (e.g., with a barcode stamp or sticker corresponding to records within the operation that identify who produced the product and the packing date), does the box still need to be labelled with Pack ID?2017-11-03T16:25:29-04:00
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