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North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 33A. North Carolina Uniform Transfers to Minors Act § 33A-7. Transfer by obligor

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Pasteurized Milk” shall be milk produced and handled in the following manner:

(a) “Pasteurized Milk” is milk heated to such a temperature and for such a length of time that all harmful organisms are destroyed.

(b) “Milk for Pasteurization” shall be used in the preparation of “Pasteurized Milk.”

The holder of a permit to sell “Pasteurized Milk” may purchase “Milk for Pasteurization” from a person in lawful possession of a permit to sell “Pasteurized Milk.”

(c) Milk containers in which milk is received in milk plants in which milk is pasteurized shall be thoroughly cleansed and dried before returning to a dairy farm or a milk plant.

(d) Apparatus for the pasteurization of milk shall be equipped with an accurate indicating thermometer and a recording thermometer of type approved by the secretary. A true record of pasteurization as given by the recording thermometer shall be on file at the place where the milk is pasteurized.

(e) Milk to be sold as “Raw Milk” may be received, cooled, and bottled in a building where milk is pasteurized, providing all milk received in the building where milk is pasteurized meets the requirements for “Raw Milk” as set forth in this act.

(f) The rooms of buildings, in which milk or milk products are exposed during and after pasteurization, shall be properly lighted, ventilated, drained, and clean, and shall be used for no other purpose than to provide a place for cleansed milk containers and utensils, and for the handling of milk or milk products during and after pasteurization, or fruit juices received from a source acceptable to the Secretary of Agriculture with respect to sanitation and protection of public health.

(g) Milk during and after pasteurization, and cleansed milk containers, utensils, and equipment shall be protected from flies.

(h) Pasteurization plants shall be provided with and use an adequate supply of steam or hot water for cleansing milk containers, utensils, and equipment.

(i) Equipment with which milk comes in contact shall be constructed in such manner as to be easily cleansed. Demountable apparatus, with which milk comes in contact, shall be taken apart and cleansed each day such apparatus is in use. The secretary upon approval of the design, installation and operation of the system may permit in-place cleaning. Surfaces with which milk comes in contact shall be smooth non-corrosive material and free from open seams.

(j) “Pasteurized Milk” shall be placed in the final container in the milk plant where the milk is pasteurized immediately after pasteurization.

(k) The milk plants in which milk is received or pasteurized shall not be constructed nor altered until the plans and specifications thereof have received the approval of the “secretary.” Equipment before being installed shall likewise be approved by the secretary.

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