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MISLEADING FOOD LABELS : SUBMISSION / BY THE CODEX ALIMENTARIUS COMMISSION
E Economic and Social Council UNITED NATIONS Distr. (...) In another example, a juice manufacturer marketed its orange juice under the brand name “Fresh Choice.” (...) Several studies have shown that consumers make inferences in this manner. E. Source-Based Misleadingness Overview 36.
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Score: 1196680.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRADE/WP.6/2005/2/ADD.2&Lang=E
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Concentrated juice, and sweetened concentrated juice (fruit squash) 24 months+* 10. (...) Sheets of apricot processed jelly juice (Qamraddin) and sheets of grapes processed jelly juice (Malban) 24 months 32. (...) Vegetable cream “sterilized” and long life 9 months e. Coffee, Cocoa and their products 1. Instant coffee powder 24 months if in metal, glass, plastic, compound, or aluminum sheet containers. 12 months for usual carton containers 2.
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Score: 1195028.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/jor_e/WTACCJOR19_LEG_6.pdf
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The item subject to special quota for Okinawa is canned beef The item subject to Miscellaneous import quota is fruit purée and paste for baby food The item subject to planned quota is concentrated apple juice, grape juice, pineapple juice and non citrus fruit juice. (...) Other, non-concentrated fruit juices (except orange and pineapple juice) , as well as fruit juices for baby food use and concentrated berry juice for manufacturing use, are included in the Miscellaneous Import Quota. (...) Announcement of the planned quota is usually made in February for concentrated apple juice (1,000 ton minimum annual quota since 1984); in January for grape juice (3,500 ton minimum annual quota since 1984); in December for pineapple juice, and in July for other non-citrus juices.
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Score: 1190784.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/dispu_e/gatt_e/86agricl.pdf
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REPORT OF THE 50TH 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, 50TH SESSION, GENEVA, 10-14 MAY 2004 : ADDENDUM 7
E Economic and Social Council UNITED NATIONS Distr. (...) Oranges3 Minimum juice content Blood oranges 30% Navels group 33% Other varieties 35% Colouring Must be typical of the variety. (...) - Where appropriate, mention of the preserving agents or other chemical substance used, where such use is compatible with the regulations of the importing country.8 E. Official control mark (optional) Published 1963 Revised 1992, 2000, 2003, 2004 8 Reservation from Chile.
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Score: 1188005 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...WP.7/GE.1/2004/25/ADD.7&Lang=E
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Sweden proposes that cloudberries and wild blueberries be exempted from the minimum requirement “intact” and that only a very slight leakage of juice is allowed.  Under Section II. Provisions concerning quality A. (...)   • very slight leakage of juice,  • very slight bruising.” Motivation: Minimum requirements should apply regardless of class, with the exception of wild cloudberries and wild blueberries. These delicate berries can practically never meet the requirement to be intact and have a very slight leakage of juice. It is proposed to amend the standard accordingly. * Submitted late due to secretariat resource constraints.
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Score: 1185072.1 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul.../files/2021-05/GE1_2021_4E.pdf
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CONSIDERATION OF PROPOSALS TO REVISE THE STANDARD FOR CITRUS FRUIT : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Maturity requirements and colouring Maturity of citrus fruit is defined by one ore more of the following parameters specified for each species below: 1. minimum juice content 2. minimum total soluble solids content (TSS), i. e. minimum sugar content 3. minimum sugar/acid ratio 4. colouring The degree of colouring shall be such that, following normal development, the citrus fruit reach their colour typical of the variety (special conditions applicable to each class) at their destination point. (...) Verdelli lemons may be green but not dark green. Limes - Minimum juice content: 45 % 1/ - Colouring: must be typical of the variety on at least two–thirds of the total fruit surface. (...) Oranges - Minimum juice content: 35 % - Minimum sugar/acid ratio: 6.0:1 for pigmented oranges 5.5:1 ______________ 1/ Reservation of USA 42%.
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Score: 1180110.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRADE/WP.7/GE.1/1998/11&Lang=E
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Julian Omalla, who is widely known as “Mama Cheers” after the popular juice brand “Cheers” that her company Delight Uganda produces, is now planning to expand with the construction of a new factory in the north of the country. (...) Delight Uganda Limited Ugandan entrepreneur Julian Omalla has built a fresh juice business with more than five million customers. (...) Delight Uganda Limited Julian Omalla has built a thriving juice business in Uganda. Sharing the success We used to important juice concentrate, because it was hard to source high-quality, locally grown fresh fruit.
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Score: 1179151.6 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2021/06/1093392
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The farming cooperative, which used to focus on rice cultivation, has now expanded into a lucrative mango juice-processing venture. This expansion was initiated through the US Department of Labour funded ILO Project, Enhancing National Capacity to Prevent and reduce Child Labour in Viet Nam (ENHANCE). (...) The introduction of the mango juice processing facility in Choi Moi has been particularly successful in this regard. (...) Following eight months of technical support from CTTS, mango juice production began in October 2019 and by the end of January 2020, 6,000 cans and 200 bottles of mango juice had been produced and sold by the cooperative.
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Score: 1170165.8 - https://www.ilo.org/hanoi/Info...WCMS_748614/lang--en/index.htm
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CATERING SERVICES : INCREASE IN PRICES / MARYAN BAQUEROT, DIRECTOR, DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION
Maryan Baquerot Director Division of Administration GE.00-04075 (E) IC/Geneva/4632 page 2 Article 2000 price - VAT 7.5% 2001 price - VAT 7.6% Cafeteria menu No. 1 8.50 8.70 Cafeteria menu No. 2 9.90 10.20 Beef steak 12.20 12.90 Sirloin steak 14.80 15.50 Veal escalope 13.90 14.50 Pork chops 9.90 10.20 Veal sausage 8.40 8.80 Pork sausage 8.40 8.80 Restaurant menu of the day 35.00 36.00 Cocktail offer No. 1 9.00 9.40 Cocktail offer No. 2 11.50 11.90 Cocktail offer No. 3 15.50 15.90 Cocktail offer No. 4 23.00 23.40 Coffee/tea - 8th floor restaurant 2.60 2.70 Coffee/tea 1.85 1.90 Hot or cold milk 1.85 1.90 Hot chocolate 1.85 1.90 Ham/cheese sandwich 3.20 3.40 Bagel with smoked salmon 5.00 5.40 Ciabatta bread 5.00 5.40 Panini 5.00 5.40 Croissant 1.10 1.20 Croissant, wholemeal 1.50 1.60 Custard cream pastry 1.60 1.70 Current bun (escargot) 1.50 1.60 Madeleine 1.30 1.40 Biscuit 1.10 1.20 Fruit tart 2.20 2.30 Home-made cake 3.00 3.20 Vittel ½ (still) 2.60 2.70 San Pellegrino ½ (sparkling) 2.60 2.70 Coca-Cola 3.3dl (normal light) 2.10 2.20 Coca-Cola 5dl 3.40 3.50 Fruit juice (Michel) 2.10 2.20 Fruit juice with vitamins 2.10 2.20 Apple juice 2.20 2.30 Tonic (Schweppes) 2.20 2.30 Orangina 2.10 2.20 Fresh orange juice 3.10 3.20 White/red/rosé wine 1 dl 1.60 1.70 ----- IC/Geneva/4632 page 3
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Score: 1168451.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=IC/GENEVA/4632&Lang=E
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CHERRIES / TRANSMITTED BY THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY ; NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
E Economic and Social Council UNITED NATIONS Distr. (...) …. 1 Missing stems are allowed in the case of: - sweet cherries which naturally lose the stem during harvest, on condition that the skin is not damaged - sour cherries, on condition that there is no severe leakage of juice. 1 Missing stems are allowed provided the skin is not damaged and there is no severe leakage of juice in the case of sour cherries and cherries of the type ’Picota’ or equivalent denomination, which naturally lose the stem at harvest. (...) TRADE/WP.7/GE.1/2004/20 Page 3 In addition to this 20% of cherries without stem are allowed provided that the skin is not damaged and there is no severe leakage of juice. …. VI. PROVISIONS CONCERNING MARKING …… B.
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Score: 1166276.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRADE/WP.7/GE.1/2004/20&Lang=E
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