- The Laws of New York
- Consolidated Laws
- Agriculture & Markets
- Article 17: Adulteration, Packing, and Branding of Food and Food Products
Section 204-D Adulteration of natural fruit juices
Agriculture & Markets (AGM)
Any person who shall knowingly sell, offer or expose for sale, or give away, any compound or preparation composed, in whole or in part, of any unwholesome, deleterious or poisonous acid, or other unwholesome deleterious or poisonous substance, as a substitute for the pure unadulterated and unfermented juice of lemons, limes, oranges, currants, grapes, apples, peaches, plums, pears, berries, quinces, or other natural fruits, representing such compound or preparation to be pure, unadulterated and unfermented juice of such fruits; or who, in the mixing, decoction, or preparation of food or drink, shall knowingly use any such compound or preparation in the place of, or as a substitute for, the pure unadulterated and unfermented juice of one or more of such fruits, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.