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ARC #4140C
Rule-Making Document (ARC)
The Inspections and Appeals Department hereby amends Chapter 31, “Food Establishment and Food Processing Plant Inspections,” Iowa Administrative Code. This rule making is adopted under the authority provided in Iowa Code sections 10A.104 and 137F....
ARC #4027C
Rule-Making Document (ARC)
The Inspections and Appeals Department hereby proposes to amend Chapter 31, “Food Establishment and Food Processing Plant Inspections,” Iowa Administrative Code. This rule making is proposed under the authority provided in Iowa Code sections 10A.1...
ARC #4589C
Rule-Making Document (ARC)
The Inspections and Appeals Department hereby proposes to amend Chapter 30, “Food and Consumer Safety,” and Chapter 31, “Food Establishment and Food Processing Plant Inspections,” Iowa Administrative Code. This rule making is proposed under the au...
ARC #4731C
Rule-Making Document (ARC)
The Inspections and Appeals Department hereby amends Chapter 30, “Food and Consumer Safety,” and Chapter 31, “Food Establishment and Food Processing Plant Inspections,” Iowa Administrative Code. This rule making is adopted under the authority prov...
The secretary shall not approve the use of end intake airprobes, which use a vacuum to collect a sample from a load of grain, pursuant to section 159.5, subsection 9. A person who uses a method of probing for foreign material content of grain which ...
Tagged topics: grain
It is unlawful for any person to sell, offer or expose for sale, or falsely mark or tag, within the state any seed corn as hybrid unless it falls within the definition of hybrid in section 199.1 .
Tagged topics: corn
When any of the commodities enumerated in this section shall be sold by the bushel or fractional part thereof, except when sold in a United States standard container or as provided in sections 210.11 and 210.12, the measure shall be determined b...
The standard box used in packing hops shall be thirty-six inches long, eighteen inches wide, and twenty-three and one-fourth inches deep, inside measurement.
Tagged topics: hops
In order to provide greater sources of financing and to encourage an increase in the capacity of grain and soybean storage facilities within the state, cities and counties may issue revenue bonds, to be originally purchased by financial institutions o...
Tagged topics: grainsoybeans
As used in this section: “Grain” means wheat, corn, barley, oats, rye, flaxseed, field peas, soybeans, grain sorghums, spelts, and such other products as are usually stored in grain elevators. Such term excludes such seeds after being processed, a...