Prohibit Shelf-stable Products from Being Sold as Cider and To Amend the Definition for Those Products That Are Heated
|Sponsor:||Senator Russell Black, Senate 17 - Franklin County|
|Bill #:||LD 630|
Current law prohibits the selling, advertising or offering or exposing for sale any product labeled "cider" if that product has been heated to a temperature of 155º Fahrenheit or higher for more than 10 seconds. This bill adds to the prohibition a product that does not require refrigeration from pressing through purchase. It also, with regard to products that are heated, reduces the duration of the heating to 5 seconds.