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O. Reg. 361/05: Grades, Standards, Designations, Classes, Packing and Marking

filed June 16, 2005 under Milk Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. M.12

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ontario regulation 361/05

made under the

milk act

Made: June 9, 2005
Filed: June 16, 2005
Printed in The Ontario Gazette: July 2, 2005

Amending Reg. 753 of R.R.O. 1990

(Grades, Standards, Designations, Classes, Packing and Marking)

1. (1) Section 11 of Regulation 753 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following subsection:

(0.1)  This section applies only in respect of milk from cows.

(2) Subsection 11 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

(2) Milk that comes within class 1b(ii) or a class for which a permit is required from the Canadian Dairy Commission under the Special Milk Class Program is excluded from any other class.

(3) The Table to section 11 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted:

 

Class

Description

1a

Milk used to process milk, partly-skimmed milk, skim-milk, buttermilk or milk beverages for retail sale or use in a food service premises

90% of the amount of flavoured milk, flavoured partly-skimmed milk or flavoured skim-milk sold at retail or used in a food service premises

Milk used to process eggnog or dairy cordials

1b

Milk used to process cream, table cream, double cream or whipping cream for retail sale or use in a food service premises

90% of the amount of flavoured cream sold at retail or used in a food service premises

1b(ii)

Milk used to process fresh cream with a butterfat content of at least 32% by weight to be used in making fresh baked goods if the Canadian Dairy Commission has issued a class 1b(ii) permit for the milk

1c

Milk used to process a new product within the categories of products referred to in class 1a or 1b

1d

Milk used to process products within the categories of products referred to in class 1a or 1b, if the products are processed for sale in the Yukon, the Northwest Territories or Nunavut or for use on a cruise ship

2

Milk used to process sour cream, yogourt, frozen yogourt, beverage yogourt, yogourt shake, ice cream, ice cream mix, ice milk, ice milk mix, sherbet, sherbet mix, frozen dairy dessert, milk shake, milk shake mix, kefir, infant formula, meal replacements, fudge, soup mixes or Indian sweets

3a

Milk used to process cheeses other than cheeses referred to in Class 3b

Milk used to process cheese curds other than stirred curds

3b

Milk used to process cheddar cheese and cheddar type cheeses sold fresh, stirred curd, cream cheese and creamy cheese bases or cheese mixes other than creamy cheese bases or cheese mixes used to process products referred to in another class

4a

Milk used to process butter, butteroil, casein, sodium caseinate, milk albumen, milk sugar, milk powders, yogourt powder or sour cream powder

Milk used to process any product not within a category of products referred to in another class

4a1

Milk used to process either of rennet casein (dry or curd) or milk protein concentrate to be used in making an unstandardized processed cheese type product

4b

Milk used to process condensed milk or sweetened condensed milk for retail sale

4c

Milk used to process new milk products, other than new milk products within the milk product categories referred to in class 1c

4d

Milk inventory and accountable losses at a plant

4m

Milk used to process milk products that are processed for the surplus removal of milk or milk components and that are not exported within the limits for subsidized exports set out in Canada’s Schedule to the World Trade Organization’s Agreement on Agriculture if the Canadian Dairy Commission has issued a permit for the milk under the Special Milk Class Permit Program

5a

Milk used to process cheese for further processing in Canada, other than by the confectionery sector, if the Canadian Dairy Commission has issued a permit for the milk under the Special Milk Class Permit Program

5b

Milk used to process milk products, other than cheese, for further processing in Canada, other than by the confectionary sector, if the Canadian Dairy Commission has issued a permit for the milk under the Special Milk Class Permit Program

5c

Milk used to process milk products for the confectionary sector if the Canadian Dairy Commission has issued a permit for the milk under the Special Milk Class Permit Program

5d

Milk used to process milk products that are exported within the limits for subsidized exports set out in Canada’s Schedule to the World Trade Organization’s Agreement on Agriculture if the Canadian Dairy Commission has issued a permit for the milk under the Special Milk Class Permit Program

Made by:

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission:

Dave Hope

Chair

Gloria Marco Borys

Secretary

Date made: June 9, 2005.