An outdated regulation on milk freshness labeling is holding again Pennsylvania’s dairy business, state lawmakers say.
At the moment, milk processed in Pennsylvania have to be labeled with an expiration date of 17 days from the pasteurization date. Pennsylvania is certainly one of solely two states that has a hard and fast code for labeling milk.
Senator Elder Vogel, R-New Sewickley Township, launched Senate Invoice 434 to permit processors to petition with the Pennsylvania Division of Agriculture to exceed the 17-day code.
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