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State Food Labeling Requirements and Relationship to the Misbranding Provisions of Section 403 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act



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Food Labeling: Toward National Uniformity H State Food Labeling Requirements and Relationship to the Misbranding Provisions of Section 403 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act

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Food Labeling: Toward National Uniformity APPENDIX H State Food Labeling Requirements and Relationship to Misbranding Provisions of Section 403 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938, as amended         Related FDCA Section 403 Food or Commodity States with Law/Regulation Description Federal Requirement b d f h i k Bottled water Arizona; R9-8-204 (regs.) Define standards of quality for bottled waters and define names of waters by source Standard of quality; 21 CFR §103.35 x x x x x x   California; §26591 to 94     Connecticut; §21a-150   Processing and bottling of bottled drinking water; 21 CFR Part 129     Delaware; §4315     Florida; 500.455 (regs.)     Hawaii; §328D-6     Louisiana; §608(12) and 49:2.1110 (regs.)     Maine; Title 36, §1572     Maryland; §21-336     Mississippi; §15.18 (regs.)     Montana; §50-31-236     New Jersey; §24:12-9     North Dakota; §19-08-02     Ohio; Title 9, §913.24     Oklahoma; §1-917     Texas; §229.81 to 88   Halibut Alaska; §17.20.045   21 CFR §102.57; Acceptable names are Hippoglossus hippoglossus and Hippoglossus stenolepsis x     x       Massachusetts; §194B                 Oregon; §616.217     Washington; §69.04.315  

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Food Labeling: Toward National Uniformity         Related FDCA Section 403 Food or Commodity States with Law/Regulation Description Federal Requirement b d f h i k Honey Alabama; §2-11-121 and 122 Establishes standard of identity, standard of quality, grades, and additional labeling requirements. None; grading under USDA x   x x x x   Arkansas; §20-57-402                 California; §29401 to 421; §29448; §29471 to 474; §29501 to 504; §29531; §29581 to 587; §29611 to 620; §29641 to 644; §29671 to 675, §29677     Colorado; §35-25-102, §§109     Connecticut; §22-181a     Florida; §582.02; §586.03; §586.051     Georgia; §26-2-233     lowa; §198.14; §190.1(67)     Kansas; §65-681     Louisiana; §608.1     Minnesota; §31.74     Mississippi; §75-29-601     Nevada; §583.355     New Hampshire; §429:22, §429:23     New Mexico; §25-9-263     New Jersey; §205 and §206     New York; §206     Ohio, §3715.01, §3715.38     Oklahoma; Title 78, §81  

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Food Labeling: Toward National Uniformity         Related FDCA Section 403 Food or Commodity States with Law/Regulation Description Federal Requirement b d f h i k Honey, continued Washington; §69.28.020 to 390; §69.28.030; §69.28.400     x   x x x x   West Virginia; §19-20-1 and §19-20-2     Wyoming; §11-8-102   Maple syrup Maine, Title 7, §891 to 4 Establishes standard of identity, grades, and additional labeling requirements. 21 CFR §168.140, Standard of identity x   x x x x   Massachusetts; §36C                 New Hampshire; §429:13 and 14     New York; §203 to 204     Ohio; §3715.24 to 26     Vermont; Title 6, §481, §492, §293   Oysters Florida; §5E-6.010(8)(d) (regs.) Establishes levels of "free liquor" allowed in canned oysters; Florida allows 15 percent by volume; Maryland allows 5 percent by volume, Minnesota restricts drained weight to no less than 59%; New York allows 10 percent by volume. 21 CFR §161.3; Declaration of quantity of Contents on labels of canned oysters x x   x x     Maryland; 10.15.08.02 (regs.)                 Minnesota; §1545.2670 (regs.) 21 CFR §161.130 to 140; quality and fill standards for 9 varieties of oysters               New York; Art. 17, §212 21 CFR §161.45; canned oysters; drained weight  

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Food Labeling: Toward National Uniformity         Related FDCA Section 403 Food or Commodity States with Law/Regulation Description Federal Requirement b d f h i k Olive oil and vegetable oil mixtures California; §28475 to 78; §28480 to 82; §28484 to 86 (olive oil)   None x   x   x     Minnesota; §1550,0620 (regs.) (veg. oil mix.)     New York; §2-4a (olive oil)     Pennsylvania; Title 7, §47.3 (veg. oil mix.)     Rhode Island; §21-21-1; §21-21-2; §21-21-6 (olive oil)   Pecans Florida; §5E-6.007 (regs.) Georgia;   None; grading under USDA x   x x x     New Mexico; §76-16-1 to 9   Surimi Maine; Title 12, §6111-6112   None x     x       Maryland; §21-302(1); §21-329     Texas (crab labeling); §241.23(e) (regs.), requires labeling of any added chemical and type of meat (i.e., lump, claw, etc.)  

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Food Labeling: Toward National Uniformity         Related FDCA Section 403 Food or Commodity States with Law/Regulation Description Federal Requirement b d f h i k Vinegar Connecticut; §21a-146 to 148   None x   x x x x   Iowa; §190.8; §191.8     Maine; §543-A     Massachusetts; §170 and 171     Michigan; §289.552 to 558     New Hampshire; §146:14     New York; §207, §208     Ohio; §3715.28 to 33     Pennsylvania; §921 to 924     Rhode Island; §21-22-1 to 3     West Virginia §19-22-1, 5, 6   Wild rice Minnesota; §30.49   None x   x   x     Wisconsin; §97.57   Free liquor = That liquid portion of the contents of a container that passes through a pervious straining device when the contents (oyster meats) of the container are drained.