Code of Federal Regulations Title 21. Food and Drugs § 21.102.49 Fried clams made from minced clams
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(a) The common or usual name of the food product that resembles and is of the same composition as fried clams, except that it is composed of comminuted clams, shall be “fried clams made from minced clams.”
(b) The words “made from minced clams” shall immediately follow or appear on a line(s) immediately below the words “fried clams” and in easily legible boldface print or type in distinct contrast to other printed or graphic matter, and in a height not less than the larger of the following alternatives:
(1) Not less than one-sixteenth inch in height on packages having a principal display panel with an area of 5 square inches or less and not less than one-eighth inch in height if the area of the principal display panel is greater than 5 square inches; or
(2) Not less than one-half the height of the largest type used in the words “fried clams.”
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