2014 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 24 - FOOD AND DRUGS
Section 24:11A-8 - Shortage of vitamins and minerals; temporary suspension of minimum standards; authority of department
24:11A-8. Shortage of vitamins and minerals; temporary suspension of minimum standards; authority of department
Whenever the department shall find that there is an existing or imminent shortage of any of the vitamins or minerals required by or pursuant to this act, and that because of such shortage the sale and distribution of flour or white bread or rolls may be impeded by the enforcement of this act, the department shall issue an order, to be effective immediately upon issuance, temporarily suspending all or part of the vitamin or mineral standards established by or pursuant to this act; provided, however, that the department shall so far as possible consistent with the best interest of the public health, conform such temporary suspension order with appropriate Federal standards governing interstate shipments of the same products. The department shall make such finding of existing or imminent shortage of vitamins or minerals either (1) after public hearing, or (2) upon the issuance of an order or the supplying of factual information by the Federal agency or officer administering the Federal vitamin and mineral standards governing interstate shipments of flour, white bread and rolls. In no event shall any such order remain effective for a longer period than one year unless extended for a like period after public hearing.
L.1946, c. 86, p. 299, s. 8.
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