02 NCAC 09E .0107 INGREDIENTS
(a) The name of each ingredient or collective term for the grouping of ingredients, when required to be listed, shall be the name as defined in the Official Definitions of Feed Ingredients as published in the Official Publication of American Feed Control Officials, the common or usual name, or one approved by the Board of Agriculture.
(b) The name of each ingredient must be shown in letters or type of the same size.
(c) No reference to quality or grade of an ingredient shall appear in the ingredient statement of a feed.
(d) The term "dehydrated" may precede the name of any product that has been artificially dried.
(e) A single ingredient product defined by the Association of American Feed Control Officials is not required to have an ingredient statement.
(f) Tentative definitions for ingredients shall not be used until adopted as official, unless no official definition exists or the ingredient has a common accepted name that required no definition, (i.e., sugar).
(g) When the word "iodized" is used in connection with a feed ingredient, the feed ingredient shall contain not less than 0.007 percent iodine, uniformly distributed.
History Note: Authority G.S. 106‑284.41;
Eff. February 1, 1976;
Pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.3A, rule is necessary without substantive public interest Eff. March 22, 2015.