Md. Code Regs. - Ice Milk

Current through Register Vol. 49, No. 8, April 8, 2022

A. Ice milk is the food prepared from the same ingredients and in the same manner, including the requirements for labeling, prescribed in the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 21 Food and Drugs, Part 135.120, Ice Milk.
B. Ice milk shall be offered for sale, sold, or served only in properly labeled factory-filled containers, if the ice milk or any of its ingredients contain added color or any ingredients added for the purpose of imparting a characterizing flavor, except that ice milk may be served and sold at retail from a dispensing freezer.
C. When ice milk is sold at retail, direct from a frozen dessert dispensing freezer, a sign shall be prominently and conspicuously displayed, where it can be clearly read by customers under normal conditions of purchase, stating "Ice Milk Sold Here". The letters on the sign shall be bold-face capitals at least 3 inches high and in contrasting color to the background. When ice milk is sold at retail, only in properly labeled factory-filled containers, this sign is not required.


Md. Code Regs.
Regulations .02 amended effective January 12, 1987 (14:1 Md. R. 31)

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