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Title: Section 2.52 - Sale of food forbidden in certain cases

2.52 Sale of food forbidden in certain cases. When a case of diphtheria, streptococcal sore throat (including scarlet fever), shigellosis (bacillary dysentery), salmonella infection (including paratyphoid fever), or typhoid fever exists on any farm or dairy producing milk, cream, butter, cheese, or other milk products, no such substances shall be sold or delivered from such farm or dairy, except to a plant in which all the milk, cream or milk products before delivery to the consumer, are:

(a) pasteurized; or

(b) made into evaporated milk, condensed milk, dried milk, butter or cheese, in the process of which the milk or the product undergoes heating equivalent to pasteurization; or

(c) made into cheese which is allowed to ripen or cure at a temperature of not less than 35 degrees Fahrenheit for a period of not less than 60 days.


VOLUME A (Title 10)