2012 Wisconsin Statutes & Annotations
97. Food regulation.
97.52 Insanitary or adulterated milk and cream; sale; delivery prohibited.
97.52 Insanitary or adulterated milk and cream; sale; delivery prohibited. It is unlawful to sell or offer for sale, furnish or deliver, or have in possession or under control with intent to sell or offer for sale, or furnish, or deliver as food for persons, or to any dairy plant any adulterated or insanitary milk or cream. The department shall establish sanitary standards for the production, handling and transportation of milk, and prescribe rules whereby the intake of each producer of milk shall be inspected, sampled and tested by the sediment, methylene blue, or other tests, and insanitary milk or cream shall be rejected as food for persons or to be processed or manufactured for food for persons, and shall be identified, in a manner that will not prevent its use as food for animals, and rules for the keeping of the test records, the prevention of further delivery of insanitary milk or cream by such producer, and the correction of the insanitary condition.
History: 1975 c. 94 s. 91 (10).
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