Connecticut Laws - Title 21a Consumer Protection
Sec. 21a-58. (Formerly Sec. 19-204a). Regulations.

Sec. 21a-58. (Formerly Sec. 19-204a). Regulations. (266)(1-click HTML)

The Commissioner of Consumer Protection shall, from time to time, after inquiry and public hearing, adopt regulations to supplement and give full effect to the provisions of sections 21a-48 to 21a-57, inclusive. Such regulations, among other things, shall establish sanitary regulations pertaining to the manufacture, sale and distribution of frozen desserts and frozen dessert mixes, including the sanitary conditions of buildings, grounds, equipment and containers where such products are manufactured, sold or stored. To promote honesty and fair dealing in the interest of the consumer, the commissioner shall adopt regulations fixing and establishing definitions and standards of identity and quality and reasonable standards of fill of containers for frozen desserts and frozen dessert mixes. Any wholesale or retail manufacturer desiring a temporary permit to deviate from an existing frozen dessert standard may file with the Commissioner of Consumer Protection a written application containing such information as the commissioner may by regulation require. Such permit shall be in effect not more than one year. Said commissioner may adopt regulations concerning the manufacture and sale of frozen desserts containing an artificial sweetening agent or other agents for special dietary purposes, the labeling and size of containers to be used and provisions requiring special permits for the manufacture of said products. In prescribing a definition of standards of identity for frozen desserts and frozen dessert mixes in which optional ingredients are permitted the commissioner shall, for the purpose of promoting honesty and fair dealing in the interest of the consumer, designate the optional ingredients which shall be named on the label. The definition and standards so promulgated shall conform so far as practical to the definitions and standards promulgated by the Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (267)


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