3-2126. Signs required for sale of horsemeat
A. It is unlawful to offer horsemeat for sale for human consumption unless there is prominently displayed in conjunction therewith a sign bearing the words, in letters not less than eight inches in height and three inches in width, " horsemeat for human consumption." A restaurant or other public eating place offering horsemeat for human consumption shall have stamped on its menu, in green letters not less than one-half inch in height and one-fourth inch in width, and shall display in a conspicuous place, in letters not less than four inches in height and one-half inch in width, a sign bearing the words " horsemeat served here."
B. When a sign containing the words " horsemeat, " " pet food, " " pet meat, " or any other words meant to signify horsemeat or pet food containing horsemeat not for human consumption is displayed on the outside or inside of an establishment offering for sale or on a vehicle delivering such products, there shall be displayed in conjunction therewith a sign, in letters at least equal in size, bearing the words, " horsemeat not inspected for human consumption."Section: Previous 3-2097 3-2098 3-2121 3-2122 3-2123 3-2124 3-2125 3-2126 3-2127 3-2128 3-2129 3-2130 3-2131 3-2132 3-2151 Next
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