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Indiana Code Title 15. Agriculture and Animals § 15-17-2-54

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Sec. 54. (a) “Meat food product” and “meat product” means a product capable of use as human food that is made wholly or in part from meat or other part of the carcass of:

(1) cattle;

(2) sheep;

(3) swine;

(4) equines;

(5) bison;

(6) farm raised cervidae;

(7) ratitae;  or

(8) goats.

(b) The term does not include products that:

(1) contain meat or other parts of such carcasses only in a relatively small proportion;  or

(2) historically have not been considered by consumers as products of the meat food industry and that are exempted from definition as a meat food product by the state veterinarian under conditions the state veterinarian prescribes to ensure that the meat or other parts of the carcass contained in the product are not adulterated and that the products are not represented as meat food products.

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