Connecticut Laws - Title 21a Consumer Protection
Sec. 21a-135. (Formerly Sec. 19-269). Definition.

Sec. 21a-135. (Formerly Sec. 19-269). Definition. (615)(1-click HTML)

The term "beverage", as used in this part, includes all bottled nonalcoholic beverages, including those commonly known as "soda water"; all bottled nonalcoholic proprietary beverages by whatever names called, including malt and cereal drinks; grape juice, lime juice and other fruit juices and vegetable juices put up in containers; fruit-flavored syrups, powders or mixtures and concentrated fruit juices, when sold at retail and designed for the preparation of beverages through the addition of water, with or without sugar, and all bottled spring and mineral waters. (616)


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