(A) This chapter does not apply to the delivery by a miller to a corn producer of cornmeal or corn grits ground by the miller from the producer's corn for use in the producer's own home when the miller is paid in corn for the milling service. However, if the producer desires the health benefits for his family and requests enrichment, the miller shall enrich according to the standards required under this chapter.
(B)(1) Cornmeal and corn grits made from clean corn may be sold in packages of ten pounds or less provided the following requirements are met:
(a) The cornmeal or corn grits are ground from whole corn without removal of the germ.
(b) The package contains additional labeling contiguous to the product name "unenriched cornmeal ground from whole corn". This printing must be at least the print size and prominence of the required weight declaration.
(c) No advertisements or claims of nutritional or health benefits for unenriched cornmeal are allowed.
(2) Violations of this subsection are subject to the penalties contained in Section 39-29-100.