North Carolina General Statutes § 106-579.6 Misbranding

Antifreeze shall be deemed to be misbranded:

(1)        If it does not bear a label which (i) specifies the identity of the product, (ii) states the name and place of business of the registrant, (iii) states the correct net quantity of contents (in terms of liquid measure) separately and accurately in a uniform location upon the principal display panel, and (iv) contains a statement warning of any hazard of substantial injury to human beings which may result from the intended use or reasonably foreseeable misuse of the antifreeze, as provided by applicable federal and State product safety laws.

(2)        If the label on a container of less than five gallons, or the labeling for a container of five gallons or more, does not contain a statement or chart showing the appropriate amount, percentage, proportion or concentration of the antifreeze to be used to provide (i) claimed protection from freezing at a specified degree or degrees of temperature, (ii) claimed protection from corrosion, or (iii) claimed increase of boiling point or protection from overheating.

(3)        If its labeling contains any claim that it has been approved  or recommended by the Commissioner or the State of North Carolina.

(4)        If its labeling is false, deceptive, or misleading. (1949, c. 1165; 1975, c. 719, s. 6.)

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