Sec. 18 AAC 34.115 - Adulterated seafood products

ยง 18 AAC 34.115. Adulterated seafood products

The term "adulterated seafood product" has the meaning given "adulterated food" in AS 17.20.020 and AS 17.20.030. In addition, a seafood product is adulterated if

(1) it is contaminated with oil or another hazardous substance;

(2) it contains a food additive that is unsafe under 21 U.S.C. 348(a), adopted by reference in 18 AAC 34.010, or that is prohibited by the department;

(3) it contains a color additive that is unsafe under 21 U.S.C. 379 e(a), adopted by reference in 18 AAC 34.010, or that is prohibited by the department; or

(4) it was accidentally or intentionally subjected to radiation, unless the use of radiation was in conformity with 21 C.F.R. 179.21 - 179.45, adopted by reference in 18 AAC 34.010.

(Eff. 12/18/97, Register 144; readopt 12/2/99, Register 152)

Effective 12/2/99, Register 152, the Department of Environmental Conservation readopted 18 AAC 34.115, without change, to affirm the validity of that section following statutory amendments made in ch. 72, SLA 1998. Chapter 72, SLA 1998 relocated department authority to adopt regulations in 18 AAC 34 from AS 03.05 to AS 17.20.

Information about how to review or obtain a copy of a requirement referred to in 18 AAC 34.115 and adopted by reference in 18 AAC 34.010 is set out in the editor's note to 18 AAC 34.010.

Authority:AS 17.20.005

AS 17.20.010

AS 17.20.020

AS 17.20.030

AS 17.20.065

AS 17.20.072

AS 17.20.180

AS 17.20.230

AS 17.20.290

AS 44.46.020

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