7 Pa. Code § 39.26 - Quiescently frozen confection

Current through Register Vol. 51, No. 52, December 25, 2021

Quiescently frozen confection is the frozen product made from a sweetening agent, harmless natural or artificial flavoring and water. It may contain milk solids, harmless coloring, organic acids, and any safe and suitable functional ingredient approved by the Department. The finished product shall contain not less than 17% by weight of total solids. The name of the food is quiescently frozen confection. In the manufacture of this product, freezing has not been accomplished by stirring or agitation-generally known as quiescent freezing. In the production of this quiescently frozen confection, no processing or mixing prior to quiescent freezing shall be used that develops in the finished confection mix any physical expansion in excess of 10%. This confection must be manufactured in the form of servings, individually packaged, bagged or otherwise wrapped, properly labeled and purveyed to the customer in its original factory filled package. The individually wrapped confection need not be labeled if it is contained in a multiple package which is properly labeled and is purveyed unopened to the consumer. In addition to all other required information, the label shall contain a complete list of ingredients, in accordance with 21 CFR 101.4 and 101.22 (relating to food; designation of ingredients and foods; labeling of spices, flavorings, colorings and chemical preservatives).

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7 Pa. Code § 39.26
The provisions of this § 39.26 adopted March 25, 1970; amended June 29, 1984, effective June 30, 1984, 14 Pa.B. 2242.

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