Illinois Dairy and Food Laws in force, July 1, 1907 by Illinois

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  • Food law and legislation,
  • Dairy products,
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Adm. Code ) Grade A Pasteurized Milk and Milk Products (77 Ill. Adm. AUTHORITY: Implementing the Illinois Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act [ ILCS ] and the Sanitary Food Preparation Act [ ILCS ] and authorized by Section 21 of the Illinois Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act [ ILCS /21], Section of the Sanitary Food Preparation Act [ ILCS /] and the Food Handling Regulation Enforcement Act [ ILCS ].

Retail food establishments located in Illinois, such as but not limited to restaurants, bakeries, and grocery stores, fall under the jurisdiction of the certified local health department serving the jurisdiction where the establishment is located. 66 rows  FDA Food Code adoptions by States.

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An Illinois statute that became law in the early s allowed on-farm sales by a Grade A dairy if the dairy followed regulations set by IDPH on raw milk production. IDPH never did issue regulations and by policy allowed all dairies to sell raw milk.

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The Illinois raw milk rules cover milk from cows, sheep or goats that has not been pasteurized. Without pasteurization, harmful bacteria is not killed and consumers may be. We’re Illinois farmers, and we – along with other experts – want to share our perspectives and provide you with accurate information to make informed choices.

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total figure of billion pounds, ranking the state 19th in milk production. In both cow numbers and milk yield per cow, Illinois ranked 20th in “Opportunities exist for Illinois dairy producers, but the key is management,” said Hutjens.

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UPDATE: Proposed Regulations Published Sep. 5 - See Action Alert Next month, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is scheduled to introduce in the Illinois Register proposed regulations on the production and sale of raw milk in the state--regulations that a number of Illinois raw milk producers believe could put them out of business.

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