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Section 901.171 | Promotion of use of Ohio-produced agricultural goods.


(A) The department of agriculture may promote the use of Ohio-produced agricultural goods, including natural spring water, through the issuance of logotypes to qualified producers and processors under a promotional certification program to be developed and administered by the division of markets.

(B) Pursuant to rules adopted under Chapter 119. of the Revised Code, the department may establish reasonable fees and criteria for participation in the program. All such fees shall be credited to the Ohio proud, international, and domestic market development fund created in section 901.20 of the Revised Code and used to finance the program.

(C) The department may sell merchandise that promotes the certification program. The director of agriculture shall deposit all proceeds from the sales of merchandise in the state treasury to the credit of the Ohio proud, international, and domestic market development fund.

Last updated July 14, 2021 at 4:13 PM

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