Md. Code Regs. 10.15.09.03 - Incorporation by Reference

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

In this chapter the following documents are incorporated by reference:

A. Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, 21 U.S.C. §§ 321- 350f as amended;
B. Nutrition labeling and Education Act of 1990 (Public law 101-535), as amended;
C. Bulk Milk Hauler/Sampler Manual, 2016 (Center for Milk & Dairy Product Safety, Office of Food Protection, Maryland Department of Health), which has been incorporated by reference in COMAR 10.15.06.03;
D. Maryland laboratory Evaluation Program Manual, 2017 (Center for Milk and Dairy Product Safety, Office of Food Protection, Maryland Department of Health);
E. 21 CFR Parts 100-101, as amended;
F. 21 CFR Part 117;
G. 21 CFR Parts 130-133, as amended;
H. 21 CFR Parts 170-189, as amended;
I. FDA Food Safety Modernization Act, 21 U.S.C §§ 2201-2252, as amended;
J. Evaluation of Milk Laboratories, 2015 Revision (Food and Drug Administration and the National Conference on Interstate Milk Shipments, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services);
K. Grade "A" Pasteurized Milk Ordinance, 2017 Revision (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Food and Drug Administration), only:
(1) Section 5. Inspection of Dairy Farms and Milk Plants;
(2) Section 6. The Examination of Milk and/or Milk Products;
(3) Standards for Grade "A" Raw Milk for Pasteurization, Ultra-Pasteurization, Aseptic Processing and Packaging or Retort Processed after Packaging, all Items except for Item 9r. Administrative Procedures La.;
(4) Standards for Grade "A" Pasteurized, Ultra-Pasteurized, Aseptically Processed and Packaged Low-Acid Milk and/or Milk Products, and Retort Processed after Packaged Low-Acid Milk and/or Milk Products, all Ltems except for Ltem Wp. Administrative Procedures 2.a., Ltem lip. Administrative Procedures 2.a. and 6., item 18p., and item 19p.;
(5) Section 8. Animal Health;
(6) Section 12. Plans for Construction and Reconstruction;
(7) Section 13. Personnel Health;
(8) Section 14. Procedure when Infection or High Risk of Infection is Discovered;
(9) Section 15. Enforcement;
(10) Section 18. Separability Clause;
(11) Appendix A. Animal Disease Control;
(12) Appendix B. Milk Sampling, Hauling, and Transportation;
(13) Appendix C. Dairy Farm Construction Standards and Milk Production;
(14) Appendix D. Standards for Water Sources;
(15) Appendix E. Examples of 3-out-of-5 Compliance Enforcement Procedures;
(16) Appendix F. Cleaning and Sanitization;
(17) Appendix G. Chemical and Bacteriological Tests;
(18) Appendix H. Pasteurization Equipment and Procedures and Other Equipment;
(19) Appendix I. Pasteurization Equipment and Controls - Tests;
(20) Appendix K. HACCP Program;
(21) Appendix L. Applicable Regulations, Standards of Ldentity for Milk and Milk Products, The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, and the Federal Lnsecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act;
(22) Appendix M. Reports and Records;
(23) Appendix N. Drug Residue Testing and Farm Surveillance;
(24) Appendix O. Vitamin Fortification of Fluid Milk Products;
(25) Appendix Q. Operation of Automatic Milking Installations for the Production of Grade "A" Raw Milk for Pasteurization, Ultra-Pasteurization, Aseptic Processing and Packaging or Retort Processed after Packaging;
(26) Appendix R. Determination of Time/Temperature Control for Safety Milk and/or Milk Products; and
(27) Appendix S. Aseptic Processing and Packaging Program and Retort Processed after Packaging Program;
L. Milk for Manufacturing Purposes and its Production and Processing, Recommended Requirements, Effective July 21, 2011 (United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing Service, Dairy Programs), only:
(1) Subpart C, Sec. C12(a)(2)(ii) and CI2(a)(3)(H);
(2) Subpart E, Sec. El, E 1.4(a)-(e);
(3) Subpart E, Sec. El, E 1.15;
(4) Subpart E, Sec. El, E 1.16;
(5) Subpart E, Sec. E 2, except for E 2.2.5, E 2.4.2, E 2.4.8, and E 2.4.9;
(6) Subpart E, Sec. E 3;
(7) Subpart E, Sec. E 4, except for E 4.3.2; and
(8) Subpart E, Sec. E 6; and
M. Standard Methods for the Examination of Dairy Products (American Public Health Association, Seventeenth Edition, 2004).

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Md. Code Regs. 10.15.09.03
Regulation .03 adopted effective 46:10 Md. R. 485, eff. 5/20/2019

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