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REPORT OF THE 49TH SESSION : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, COMMITTEE FOR TRADE, INDUSTRY AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT, WORKING PARTY ON AGRICULTURAL QUALITY STANDARDS, SPECIALIZED SECTION ON STANDARDIZATION OF FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES, 49TH SESSION, 17-20 JUNE 2003, GENEVA : ADDENDUM 1
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Trade Development and Timber Division, Agricultural Standards Unit Palais des Nations, 1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland Email: agristandards@unece.org TRADE/WP.7/GE.1/2003/26/Add.1 Page 11 FFV-50: Apples Variety Synonyms Tradenames Colour group Russeting Size African Red African Carmine ä B Akane Tohoku 3 Primerouge Ò B Alborz Seedling C Aldas B Alice B Alkmene Early Windsor C Alwa B Angold C L Apollo Beauty of Blackmoor C L Arkcharm Arkansas No 18, A 18 C L Arlet B R Aroma C Red coloured mutants of Aroma e. g.
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Score: 1086247.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...WP.7/GE.1/2003/26/ADD.1&Lang=E
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Since 2012 i4Nature organises, in the name of the Netherlands, a youth led event that shares perspectives and innovations about the fo... 16/10 2021 Aroma Institute Phagwara (India), 16/10/2021 We organized nutritious meal for underprivileged children in local slums. (...) All work done by students & staff of culinary school named Aroma Institute. 16/10 2021 22/10 2021 Food Week 佛山市 (中国), 16/10/2021 - 22/10/2021 The Environmental Protection Club of Guangdong Country Garden School (GCGS) will hold the annual Food Week in the next week to improve the students' awareness of saving food and eliminating waste!
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Score: 1074534.1 - https://www.fao.org/world-food-day/events/list/11/es
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Since 2012 i4Nature organises, in the name of the Netherlands, a youth led event that shares perspectives and innovations about the fo... 16/10 2021 Aroma Institute Phagwara (India), 16/10/2021 We organized nutritious meal for underprivileged children in local slums. (...) All work done by students & staff of culinary school named Aroma Institute. 16/10 2021 22/10 2021 Food Week 佛山市 (中国), 16/10/2021 - 22/10/2021 The Environmental Protection Club of Guangdong Country Garden School (GCGS) will hold the annual Food Week in the next week to improve the students' awareness of saving food and eliminating waste!
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Score: 1074534.1 - https://www.fao.org/world-food-day/events/list/11/fr
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The event will feature the Indigenous Food Hub in Corrales, Diné Introspective in Shiprock, Tres Hermana... 16/10 2021 Aroma Institute Phagwara (India), 16/10/2021 We organized nutritious meal for underprivileged children in local slums. (...) All work done by students & staff of culinary school named Aroma Institute. 16/10 2021 Youth World Food Day Ede (Nederland), 16/10/2021 Youth World Food Day is the festival for and by young people where we share each other's vision of the world, food chains and innovative ideas.
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Score: 1074534.1 - https://www.fao.org/world-food-day/events/list/10/en
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The event will feature the Indigenous Food Hub in Corrales, Diné Introspective in Shiprock, Tres Hermana... 16.10 2021 Aroma Institute Phagwara (India), 16/10/2021 We organized nutritious meal for underprivileged children in local slums. (...) All work done by students & staff of culinary school named Aroma Institute. 16.10 2021 Youth World Food Day Ede (Nederland), 16/10/2021 Youth World Food Day is the festival for and by young people where we share each other's vision of the world, food chains and innovative ideas.
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Score: 1074534.1 - https://www.fao.org/world-food-day/events/list/10/ru
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Therefore, we will deepen the concept... 10/3 1443 Aroma Institute Phagwara (India), 16/10/2021 We organized nutritious meal for underprivileged children in local slums. (...) All work done by students & staff of culinary school named Aroma Institute. 10/3 1443 Youth World Food Day Ede (Nederland), 16/10/2021 Youth World Food Day is the festival for and by young people where we share each other's vision of the world, food chains and innovative ideas.
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Score: 1074534.1 - https://www.fao.org/world-food-day/events/list/10/ar
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REPORT OF THE 59TH SESSION : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, COMMITTEE FOR TRADE, INDUSTRY AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT, WORKING PARTY ON AGRICULTURAL QUALITY STANDARDS, 59TH SESSION, GENEVA, 4 TO 6 NOVEMBER 2003 : ADDENDUM 3
Maturity requirements The fruit must be physiologically ripe, i.e. without evidence of unripeness (opaque, flavourless, exceedingly porous4 flesh) or over-ripeness (exceedingly translucent or fermented flesh) A transverse section of the fruit must not reveal flesh that is excessively fibrous4 or lacking in aroma. The “eyes” should be well-filled, according to the characteristics of the variety The pineapples must have been carefully picked and have reached an appropriate degree of maturity and ripeness in accordance with criteria proper to the variety and/or commercial type and to the area in which they are grown.
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Score: 1064963.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRADE/WP.7/2003/6/ADD.3&Lang=E
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AROMATIC AND FLAVOURING, UN 1169 AND UN 1197 - REVISION
As the word for flavouring is not a very common one in the Spanish language, and extracts used for adding flavour are generally also used for adding aroma, for the twenty-first edition of the Model Regulation the Spanish version has been amended in a way similar to the French language, remaining as follows: 1197 EXTRACTS, FLAVOURING, LIQUID EXTRAITS LIQUIDES POUR AROMATISER EXTRACTOS LÍQUIDOS PARA AROMATIZAR 3.
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Score: 1064963.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...AC.10/C.3/2020/38/REV.1&Lang=E
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TEXTS FOR ADOPTION AS NEW/REVISED UNECE STANDARDS : APPLES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Agricultural Standards Unit Trade and Timber Division United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Palais des Nations, CH-1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland E-mail: agristandards@unece.org ECE/TRADE/C/WP.7/2007/8 Page 9 Variety/ Varieté/ Разновидность Synonyms/ Synonymes/ Синонимы Trade names/ Marque commerciale/ Товарное наименование Colour group/ Groupe de coloration/ Группа окраски Russeting/ Roussissement/ Степень буроватости Size/ Calibre/ Размер African Red African Carmine  B Akane Tohoku 3 Primerouge  B Alborz Seedling C Aldas B Alice B Alkmene Early Windsor C *Alro B Alwa B *Amasya B Angold C L *Antej Antei B L Apollo Beauty of Blackmoor C L Arkcharm Arkansas No 18, A 18 C L Arlet B R Aroma C Red coloured mutants of Aroma e. g.
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Score: 1064801.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ECE/TRADE/C/WP.7/2007/8&Lang=E
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He argued that Robusta coffee bean was morphologically different from the Arabica coffee bean, having a different chemical composition and yielding a neutral beverage thatwas lacking in aroma and was richer in soluble solids than the beverage made from Arabica coffee. 3.7 Although both "mild" and "unwashed Arabica" coffees belonged to the group of Arabica, the Spanish representative further argued that differences in quality also existed between them, as a result of climatic and growing conditions as well as methods of cultivation and above all the preparation because aroma and taste, essential features in determining trade and consumption of these products,were completely different in "washed" and "unwashed" Arabica coffees. (...) He also stated that, in such cases, the product could be extracted from the same individual tree, and the classification as "unwashed Arabica" or "mild" would depend exclusively on the treatment given to the berries. 3.10 He pointed out, therefore, that existing differences between "growths" or "groups" of coffee were essentially of an organoleptic nature (taste, aroma, body, etc.) resulting from geographical conditions and, principally, from the distinct methods of preparation of the beans. 3.11 He stated that the classification presently used by Spain for tariff purposes had been introduced by the International Coffee Organization in 1965/66, when the Council of the Organization decided to create groupings of coffee-producing countries as part of a system for the limited adjustment of export quotas in response to changes in an indicator price of "mild Arabicas", "unwashed Arabicas" and "Robustas". (...) It pointed out that it was not unusual in the case of agricultural products that the taste and aroma of the end-product would differ because of one or several of the above-mentioned factors. 4.7 The Panel furthermore found relevant to its examination of the matter that unroasted coffee was mainly, if not exclusively, sold in the form of blends, combining various types of coffee, and that coffee in its end-use, was universally regarded as a well-defined and single product intended for drinking. 4.8 The Panel noted that no other contracting party applied its tariff régime in respect of unroasted, non-decaffeinated coffee in such a way that different types of coffee were subject to different tariff rates. 4.9 In the light of the foregoing, the Panel concluded that unroasted, non-decaffeinated coffee beans listed in the Spanish Customs Tariffs under CCCN 09.01 A.1a, as amended by the Royal Decree 1764/79, should be considered as "like products" within the meaning of Article I:1. 4.10 The Panel further noted that Brazil exported to Spain mainly "unwashed Arabica" and also Robusta coffee which were both presently charged with higher duties than that applied to "mild" coffee.
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Score: 1055414.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/dispu_e/gatt_e/80coffee.pdf
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