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Except as provided in 18 AAC 32.010(c) , a milk producer may not allow raw milk or a raw milk product, including cream from raw milk, to be removed from the diary farm unless
(1) the product is being transported directly to a milk processing plant with a permit issued under 18 AAC 32.030 or by another state; or
(2) the product has been decharacterized with an approved denaturant and labled "FOR ANIMAL FOOD NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION" in letters at least three inches high on each container; for purposes of this paragraph, "approved denaturant" means
(A) finely powdered charcoal;
(B) FD & C Blue No. 1, FD, & C Blue No. 2, Ultramarine Blue; or
(C) FD & C Green No. 3, FD & C Red. No. 3, or FD & C Red No. 40.
History: Eff. 5/23/98, Register 146
Authority: AS 03.05.020
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