Philippine Standard for Milk and Milk Products

The label shall bear the name “Evaporated Filled Milk” or ” Unsweetened Condensed Filled Milk” without intervening written, printed, or graphic matter between these words. The words ” Evaporated” and ” Unsweetened Condensed” in such name shall appear in types which shall be smaller than those of the words ” Filled Milk”. The word ” Evaporated” or ” Unsweetened Condensed” shall not appear in any part of the labels except as above indicated.

3. Sweetened Condensed Filled Milk, Sweetened Evaporated Filled Milk
is the product made by recombining non-fat or skim milk constituents with a mixture of refined coconut oil and corn oil in such manner that it contains not less than 7% total oil content, not less than 22% non-fat milk solids, not less than 2000 U.S.P. units of Vitamin A and not less than 400 units Vitamin D per 411 gms., (Vitamin D is OPTIONAL), and to which resulting product is added a quantity of refined sugar sufficient to prevent spoilage.

It must contain in its label, in addition to other pertinent labelling requirements, the statement “Prepared from Dry Skim Milk and a Mixture of Refined Coconut Oil and Corn Oil” or “Prepared from non-fat Milk Solids and a Mixture of Refined Coconut Oil and Corn Oil”, or other words to that effect with such terms as to be read and understood by the ordinary individual under customary conditions of purchase and use.

The label shall bear the name “Sweetened Evaporated Filled Milk” without intervening written, printed, or graphic matter between these words. The words “Sweetened Evaporated” and “Sweetened Condensed” shall appear in types which shall be smaller than those of the words “Filled Milk”. The word “Evaporated” or ” Sweetened Condensed” shall not appear in any part of the labels except as above indicated.

It may contain the optional ingredient allowed in Evaporated filled milk. The word “non-fat milk solids” means the product resulting from fluid skimmed cow’s milk from which a considerable portion of the water has been removed.

4. Filled milk when sold or offered for sale should comply with the following conditions: 1. The name of the product, the common name and the quantity of the reconstituting, fortifying, and/or enriching substances and the approximate analysis of the product are clearly indicated on the label, with such conspicuousness (as compared with other words, statements, designs, or devices, in the labeling) and in such terms as to render it likely to be read and understood by the ordinary individual under customary conditions of purchase and use. 2. The reconstituting vegetable fat or oil used is a mixture of coconut oil and corn oil, which in every case should be derived locally and not imported. Such mixture shall contain not less than 10% corn oil. The common names of the reconstituting substances (coconut and corn oil) shall appear in the statement of approximate analysis of the product. and 3. The use of a propriety name in place of “Filled Milk” may be allowed but such product shall be subject to the usual label requirements as well as those indicated therein. If the name Filled Milk is used, there must be no intervening written, printed or graphic matter between the words “Filled” and “Milk”.

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