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Section 3715.38 | Prohibitions regarding honey.


No person shall sell, offer, or expose for sale any product that is:

(A) In the semblance of honey and labeled, advertised, or otherwise represented to be honey if it is not honey;

(B) In the semblance of honey and contains a label that applies the word "imitation" to the product, regardless of whether it contains any honey;

(C) In the semblance of honey and is a blend of honey and other ingredients that contains a label with the word "honey," or any picture, drawing, or other representation implying honey, when such word, picture, drawing, or representation is more prominently displayed than the word "blend" or other word clearly implying the existence of other ingredients.

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