2014 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 24 - FOOD AND DRUGS
Section 24:11A-4 - Flour; vitamin and mineral content; minimum standards
24:11A-4. Flour; vitamin and mineral content; minimum standards
Until the department shall establish other standards as hereinafter provided, it shall be unlawful for any person to manufacture, mix, compound, sell, expose or offer for sale for human consumption in this State, any flour which does not contain vitamins and minerals in each pound thereof as follows: not less than 2.0 milligrams and not more than 2.5 milligrams of thiamine; not less than 1.2 milligrams and not more than 1.5 milligrams of riboflavin; not less than 16.0 milligrams and not more than 20.0 milligrams of niacin or niacin amide; not less than 13.0 milligrams and not more than 16.5 milligrams of iron; except in the case of self-rising flour which, in addition to the above ingredients, shall contain not less than 500 milligrams and not more than 1500 milligrams of calcium; provided, however, that the requirements of this section shall not apply to flour sold to distributors, bakers, or other processors, if the purchaser furnishes to the seller a certificate in such form as the department shall by regulation prescribe, certifying that such flour shall be (1) resold to a distributor, baker or other processor, or (2) used in the manufacture, mixing or compounding of flour, white bread or rolls enriched to meet the requirements of this act, or (3) used in the manufacture of products other than flour, white bread or rolls. It shall be unlawful for any such purchaser so furnishing any such certificate to use or resell the flour so purchased in any manner other than as described in such certificate.
L.1946, c. 86, p. 297, s. 4.
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