Conn. Agencies Regs. § 21a-58-32 - Parevine: identity; label statement

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) Description. Parevine is the food which is prepared by freezing, while stirring, a pasteurized mix composed of:
(1) One or more edible vegetable oils or fats.
(2) Protein and carbohydrate food ingredients from other than milk or meat sources.
(3) Nutritive sweeteners other than lactose.
(4) Characterizing ingredients except any containing meat or milk.
(5) Any other safe and suitable ingredient which is not milk or meat or a product or derivative of milk or meat. This product shall not contain any milk, milk product, meat or meat products or any of their derivatives of any kind.
(b) Its fat content shall not be less than 10 per cent, except that when bulky optional characterizing ingredients are used, the fat content may be reduced, as a result of the addition of such ingredients, but shall in no case be less than 8 per cent.
(c) Its content of food solids shall not be less than 1.3 pounds per gallon of the finished product.
(d) The name of the food is "parevine."
(e) Parevine shall be sold, held, offered for sale by any manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer, or any other seller only in properly labeled factory-filled containers, except parevine may be served other than in a properly labeled factory-filled container if a sign is conspicuously displayed where it can easily be read under normal conditions of purchase, stating "PAREVINE SOLD HERE." Letters on such sign shall be bold face capitals at least three inches in height and in contrasting color to the background. No such sign need be displayed if each customer is provided with a menu on which there is stated "PAREVINE SERVED HERE" in bold face capitals as large as those used in listing most food items.
(f) The label on packages of parevine shall, in addition to all other required information, include a complete list of all ingredients in accordance with the provisions of 21 CFR 101.4.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 21a-58-32
Effective July 27, 1984

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