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Alabama Code Title 2. Agriculture § 2-13-17

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A substitute for butter and cheese not having a yellow color nor colored in imitation of butter and cheese may be manufactured, sold, shipped, possessed, consigned or forwarded by common carriers, public or private, if each tub, firkin, box or other package in which the same is kept, sold, shipped, consigned or forwarded shall have branded, stamped or marked on the side or top thereof in the English language in a durable manner the words “substitute for butter” or “substitute for cheese,” as the case may be, the letters of the words to be black Gothic and not less than one inch in height by one inch in width. The defacing, erasing, cancelling or removing of this brand or mark with intent to mislead, deceive or violate any section of this article is prohibited.

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