Rhode Island General Laws Title 21. Food and Drugs

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  • Chapter 1. Frozen Food Products
  • Chapter 2. Milk Sanitation Code
  • Chapter 2.1. Farm Milk Holding Tanks
  • Chapter 4.1. Milk Commission
  • Chapter 5. Analysis of Milkfat Content in Milk or Milk Products
  • Chapter 9. Frozen Desserts
  • Chapter 11. Meats
  • Chapter 13. Poultry
  • Chapter 14. Shellfish Packing Houses
  • Chapter 15. Pickled Fish
  • Chapter 16. Kosher Foods
  • Chapter 17. Eggs
  • Chapter 18. Apples
  • Chapter 19. Potatoes
  • Chapter 20. Fruits and Vegetables Generally
  • Chapter 21. Olive Oil
  • Chapter 22. Vinegar
  • Chapter 23. Nonalcoholic Bottled Beverages, Drinks and Juices
  • Chapter 24. Flour and Bread
  • Chapter 25. Corn and Corn Meal
  • Chapter 26. Soda and Cream of Tartar
  • Chapter 27. Sanitation in Food Establishments
  • Chapter 27.1. Plastic Recycling and Litter Act
  • Chapter 28. Uniform Controlled Substances Act
  • Chapter 28.1. Narcotic Guidance Council
  • Chapter 28.2. Drug Abuse Control
  • Chapter 28.3. Drug Abuse Reporting System
  • Chapter 28.4. Controlled Substances Therapeutic Research Act
  • Chapter 28.5. Sale of Drug Paraphernalia
  • Chapter 28.6. The Edward O. Hawkins and Thomas C. Slater Medical Marijuana Act
  • Chapter 28.7. Possession and Trafficking in Dextromethorphan
  • Chapter 28.8. The Good Samaritan Overdose Prevention Act
  • Chapter 28.9. The Good Samaritan Overdose Prevention Act of 2016
  • Chapter 29.1. Re-Use of Syringes
  • Chapter 30. Drugs and Poisons Generally
  • Chapter 31. Rhode Island Food, Drugs, and Cosmetics Act
  • Chapter 31.1. Veterinary Drugs
  • Chapter 32. Advertising of Rhode Island Products
  • Chapter 33. Packaged Bakery Products
  • Chapter 34. Food Donations
  • Chapter 35. Home Food Service Sales
  • Chapter 36. The Inter-Agency Food & Nutrition Policy Advisory Council
  • Chapter 37. Regulation of Powdered Caffeine

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