Home Table of Contents

§ 476. Origin of Market Milk Constituents.

3 CA ADC § 476BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

Barclays Official California Code of Regulations Currentness
Title 3. Food and Agriculture
Division 2. Animal Industry
Chapter 1. Dairies
Article 9. Products Resembling Milk Products
3 CCR § 476
§ 476. Origin of Market Milk Constituents.
“Market Milk,” as used in section 38925 of the Food and Agricultural Code, means the product defined in section 32510 of the Food and Agricultural Code provided, however, when law or ordinance of another state or market milk jurisdiction within a state is substantially equivalent to the legal requirements for production, processing and enforcement relating to market milk in California, the products from such state or jurisdiction within a state may be accepted as market milk for purposes of section 38925.
Any processor of products resembling milk products wishing to establish such substantial equivalence may petition the director for and provide the necessary expenses of an investigation.
If the laws or ordinances and their application in the other states are found to provide market milk and market milk products substantially equivalent to those in California, such products may be used in the manufacture of products resembling milk products under the following conditions:
(a) The market milk or market milk products are certified by the responsible inspection agency in the state of origin as being market milk or of market milk origin within their own laws or ordinances.
(b) The producer, processor, and inspection rating of the market milk or market milk products are listed in the current Interstate Milk Shippers List as published by the United States Public Health Service.
(c) The market milk or market milk products shall meet all the standards of composition and purity required for market milk and market milk products in California.
This database is current through 7/29/22 Register 2022, No. 30
3 CCR § 476, 3 CA ADC § 476
End of Document