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Bread Regulation 1974

 

 


Bread Regulation 1974

Unvalidated References:

Bread Act 1974 Packaging Act 1974

This reprint of this Statutory Instrument incorporates all amendments, if any, made before 25 November 2006 and in force at 1 July 2001.

......... Legislative Counsel Dated 25 November 2006

INDEPENDENT STATE OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA.

Chapter 283.

Bread Regulation 1974

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS.

1. Marking of packaged loaves. 2. Additional marking of milk bread.

Bread Regulation 1974

MADE under the Bread Act 1974 .

Dated 200.

1. MARKING OF PACKAGED LOAVES.

A package of bread made for sale shall have marked on the main display portion on the outside of the package, and, if there is more than one main display portion, on at least two display portions, in a colour in distinct contrast to the background–

(a) a statement, in letters not less than 5 mm in height, of the kind of loaf contained in the package; and (b) the name and address of the packer, or a brand approved under the Packaging Act 1974; and (c) if the package contains a sliced loaf, the word “sliced”, in letters not less than 5 mm in height; and (d) if the package contains milk bread, the words “milk” and “bread”, immediately adjacent to each other in letters not less than 5 mm in height.

2. ADDITIONAL MARKING OF MILK BREAD.

Milk bread made for sale into loaves shall be marked–

(a) by having a statement of the kind of loaf and the word “milk” moulded on the side of each loaf in letters not less than 35 mm in height; or (b) by securely attaching to each loaf by means of baking, a label having a statement of the kind of loaf and the words “milk” or “milk bread”, in letters not less than 5 mm in height in a colour in distinct contrast to the background.

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