Whenever there is any provision of this chapter or any other statute defining a particular
kind, type, or grade of milk or milk product or setting forth requirements as to the
chemical or bacteriological components, standards, or requirements for that kind,
type, or grade of milk or milk product, or specifying standards or methods for the
processing, treatment, or packaging or labeling of the milk or milk product, or when
the director shall have lawfully established a definition or requirements by regulation,
the provisions of that chapter, statute, or regulation shall supersede any definition
or requirements for it which may be contained in any city or town ordinance or in
the regulations of any city or town office or department, whether made under a statute
or an ordinance.
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