S-13, r. 4 - Regulation respecting cider and other apple-based alcoholic beverages

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25. Nothing in this Regulation may be construed to prohibit a holder from producing an alcoholic beverage defined in the Act respecting offences relating to alcoholic beverages (chapter I-8.1) that is obtained by adding food substances to an apple-based alcoholic beverage if the alcoholic beverage obtained cannot be used for beverage purposes and is intended to form part of another product for human consumption.
The word “cider” may be used in the designation of the alcoholic beverage but it must be accompanied by a declaration of the added food substance and the use for which it is intended.
O.C. 1096-2008, s. 25.