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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 7
GE.03-32035 E Economic and Social Council UNITED NATIONS Distr. (...) ü % of filtered juice (always performed by the same operator). (...) Ø James Soule and William Grierson.; “Maturity and grade standards”. Ø Primo. E.; , 1971, “Quality of orange varieties. X. Minimum and optimum maturity indices and ripening schedule for several varieties”; Revista de agroquímica y tecnología de Alimentos; 11 (4) 549-561, 2 ref.
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Score: 1117762.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...WP.7/GE.1/2003/26/ADD.7&Lang=E
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Table AIII.2 List of products subject to excise duty, 2003 HS code Description Excise dutya 17.01.11.00 Cane sugar G 0.075/pound 17.01.12.00 Beet sugar G 0.075/pound 17.01.91.00 Containing added flavouring or colouring matter G 0.075/pound 17.01.99.11 Refined cane sugar, beet sugar, not containing added flavouring or colouring G 0.20/pound 17.01.99.12 Refined cane sugar, refined beet sugar, not containing added flavouring or colouring G 0.20/pound 17.01.99.19 Other G 0.20/pound 20.09.11.00 Frozen orange juice 5% 20.09.19.00 Other 5% 20.09.20.00 Grapefruit juice 5% 20.09.30.00 Juice of any other citrus fruit 5% 20.09.40.00 Pineapple juice 5% 20.09.50.00 Tomato juice 5% 20.09.60.00 Grape juice (including grape must) 5% 20.09.70.00 Apple juice 5% 20.09.80.11 Juice of any other single fruit or vegetable 5% 20.09.80.19 Vegetable juice 5% 20.09.90.11 Fruit juice and mixtures of fruit or vegetable juices for children 5% 20.09.90.19 Other mixtures of juices 5% 22.01.10.19 Aerated waters 5% 22.02.10.00 Waters, including mineral waters and aerated waters, containing added sugar or other sweetening matter or flavoured 5% 22.02.90.11 Lemonade, carbonated waters, sweetened or flavoured waters 5% 22.02.90.12 Milk-based beverages 5% 22.02.90.13 Malt-based beverages G 2.00/crate 22.02.90.19 Other 5% 22.03.00.11 Beer made from malt, barley or wheat G 9.25/crate 22.03.00.12 Alcoholic brown beer (Stout) G 4.25/crate 22.03.00.13 Bitter brown beer (Porter) G 4.25/crate 22.03.00.19 Other G 4.25/crate 22.04.10.00 Sparkling wine G 4.00/litre 22.04.21.00 In containers holding 2 litres or less G 4.00/litre 22.04.29.00 Other G 4.00/litre 22.04.30.00 Other grape must G 4.00/litre 22.05.10.00 In containers holding 2 litres or less G 4.00/litre 22.05.90.00 Other G 4.00/litre 22.06.00.00 Other fermented beverages (cider, perry, mead), mixtures of non-alcoholic beverages, not elsewhere specified or included G 4.00/litre 22.08.20.00 Spirits obtaining by distilling grape wine or grape marc (cognac, armagnac) G 10.00/litre 22.08.30.00 Whisky G 15.00/Bottle 22.08.40.11 Rum in containers holding over 200 ml G 1.00/Bottle 22.08.40.12 In containers holding 200 ml or more but not exceeding 375 ml G 2.75.00/Bottle 22.08.40.13 In containers holding 375ml or more but not exceeding 750 ml G 5.00/Bottle 22.08.40.14 In containers holding 750 ml or more but not exceeding 1 litre G 7.35/Bottle 22.08.40.15 In containers holding over 1 litre G 7.35/Bottle 22.08.40.19 Tafia G 10.00/litre 22.08.50.00 Gin and geneva G 10.00/litre 22.08.60.00 Vodka G 10.00/litre 22.08.70.00 Liqueur G 4.00/litre 22.08.90.11 Undernatured ethyl alcohol of less than 80% volume G 10.00/litre Table AIII.2 (cont'd) 22.08.90.19 Other G 10.00/litre 24.01.30.00 Tobacco refuse G 2.00/kg 24.02.10.00 Cigars, cheroots and cigarillos containing tobacco G 0.05/cigar 24.02.20.00 Cigarettes containing tobacco G 2.70/packet 24.02.90.00 Other G 2.70/packet 24.03.10.00 Smoking tobacco, whether or not containing tobacco substitutes in any proportion G 1.50/kg 24.03.99.13 Finely chopped tobacco or tobacco in pellets put up for retail sale G 0.01/gr a The ad valorem excise duty applies to the c.i.f. value of imports of the products concerned.
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Score: 1117631.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/tpr_e/s99r1-5_e.doc
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REPORT OF THE 54TH SESSION : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, COMMITTEE FOR TRADE, INDUSTRY AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT, WORKING PARTY ON STANDARDIZATION OF PERISHABLE PRODUCE AND QUALITY DEVELOPMENT : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
E Economic and Social Council UNITED NATIONS Distr. (...) However fruits with a green (but not dark green) colour are allowed provided they satisfy the minimum requirements as to juice content. Limes - Minimum juice content: 45 % 1 - Colouring: must be typical of the variety on at least two–thirds of the total fruit surface. (...) Grapefruits - Minimum juice content: 35% - Colouring: must be typical of the variety.
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Score: 1112067.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRADE/WP.7/1998/9/ADD.1&Lang=E
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The Programme for Country Partnership: Current status and beyond the pilot phase Refrigeration in the cold chain in Africa 15.June.2017 Yvonne Lokko, Industrial Development Officer Agribusiness Development Department Refrigeration in the cold chain 2 • Transportation and storage at the recommended temperature from manufacture through to final use • Key industries: • Food (fresh fruits, vegetables, juices meat, poultry, seafood & fish, dairy) • Pharmaceuticals & veterinary supplies • Floriculture • Required to ensure safety and potency • Agricultural production: (disease/pest; mechanical damage • Post-harvest handling and storage: (spillage; degradation during handling, storage and transportation between farm and distribution/markets) • Processing: (spillage, burning, poor packaging,) • Distribution (poor packaging, transportation, handling) Food & Agriculture sector • Ensuring optimal productivity of livestock • Reducing food looses/food waste, ensuring the availability of edible & nutritious foods. • Supports food security and helps to address malnutrition • Availability of quality food products to the growing urban population • Availability of quality agriculture/horticulture products for export • Increases opportunities for value addition Health & well being • Reducing neonatal death and infant mortality • 45% linked to malnutrition • Eradicate incidence of diseases • Access to life-saving drugs • Insulin, blood, serum, vaccines Challenges in Africa 5 • 40% access to electricity • Unreliable in many part • Affordability of refrigeration • Technical skills for repair and maintenance Way forward 6 • Technologies to maintain cold chain in off grid communities, • Renewal energy options • Synergies with other interventions • Food processing & preservation • Packaging material temperature indicators • Cool boxes, Thank you! (...) Fax: (+43-1) 26026 6849 E-mail: agribusiness@unido.org
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Score: 1109953.2 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...n_RefrigerationColdChain_0.pdf
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Score: 1107540.7 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...ct-auto/200703/docs/layout.pdf
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Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: English 中文 Africa Renewal Africa Renewal Toggle navigation e-Magazine Stories Topics Climate Change Culture and Education Economic Development Gender Health Human Rights Peace and Security Sustainable Development Goals Youth Book Review Refugees & Migrants UN Affairs Search form Search Eric Kaduru: Agripreneur with a passion Get monthly e-newsletter Youth Profile Eric Kaduru: Agripreneur with a passion Changing youth mindsets about commercial agriculture From Africa Renewal:  April 2018 - July 2018 By:  Shu Zhang Eric Kaduru Eric Kaduru Most young people would hesitate before leaving a stable job for an entrepreneurial venture. (...) It sells fresh passion fruit used to produce juice and pulp countrywide to markets as well as to juice companies such as Coca-Cola.
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Score: 1107474.3 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...ric-kaduru-agripreneur-passion
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CCNASWP addressing implementation of the Codex Strategic Plan during the pandemic | CODEXALIMENTARIUS News details | CODEXALIMENTARIUS FAO-WHO العربية 中文 english français Русский Español AR ZH EN FR RU ES About Codex About Codex Members Observers History Science Trade FAO/WHO Codex Trust Fund Consumers Codex Secretariat FAQs Codex Texts Codex Texts Standards Guidelines Codes of Practice Maximum Residue Limits Miscellaneous Codex online databases Codex online databases Pesticide Database Veterinary Drugs Database Food Additives DB (GSFA Online) Themes Themes COVID-19 Animal Feed Antimicrobial Resistance Biotechnology Contaminants Nutrition and Labelling Pesticides Committees Committees Commission (CAC) About Meetings CAC44 Elections Executive Committee About Composition & Roles History Meetings Elections and Appointments Codex Regions Codex Regions Africa Asia Europe Latin America and the Caribbean Near East North America and South West Pacific General Subject Committees Commodity Committees Electronic Working Groups Task Forces Meetings Meetings Calendar Information for Delegates Co-hosting meetings Archives Resources Circular letters OCS Information Documents Codex E-Learning Course Multimedia Video Podcast Publications News and Events Login Page tools codexalimentarius  >  News and Events  > News details NASWP-wkshp-slider.png CCNASWP addressing implementation of the Codex Strategic Plan during the pandemic 26/11/2020 Representatives of countries of the North America and South West Pacific (NASWP) region met virtually on 23 November 2020 to update the regional work-plan for implementation of the Codex Strategic Plan until CCNASWP will reconvene, tentatively early 2022. (...) The region will intensify work on noni juice and establish a network among the Pacific Islands to identify new issues that should be brought to CCNASWP attention. (...) Participants discussed opportunities for linking to capacity building work supported by FAO and WHO and it was agreed to hold a regional virtual workshop on expert scientific advice in March 2021, which will include relevant case-studies from the Pacific Islands sub-region, such as the development of the regional standard for noni juice. This aligns with Goal 2 on developing standards based on science and Codex risk based principles.
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CCNASWP addressing implementation of the Codex Strategic Plan during the pandemic | CODEXALIMENTARIUS News details | CODEXALIMENTARIUS FAO-WHO العربية 中文 english français Русский Español AR ZH EN FR RU ES About Codex About Codex Members Observers History Science Trade FAO/WHO Codex Trust Fund Consumers Codex Secretariat FAQs Codex Texts Codex Texts Standards Guidelines Codes of Practice Maximum Residue Limits Miscellaneous Codex online databases Codex online databases Pesticide Database Veterinary Drugs Database Food Additives DB (GSFA Online) Themes Themes COVID-19 Animal Feed Antimicrobial Resistance Biotechnology Contaminants Nutrition and Labelling Pesticides Committees Committees Commission (CAC) About Meetings CAC44 Elections Executive Committee About Composition & Roles History Meetings Elections and Appointments Codex Regions Codex Regions Africa Asia Europe Latin America and the Caribbean Near East North America and South West Pacific General Subject Committees Commodity Committees Electronic Working Groups Task Forces Meetings Meetings Calendar Information for Delegates Co-hosting meetings Archives Resources Circular letters OCS Information Documents Codex E-Learning Course Multimedia Video Podcast Publications News and Events Login Page tools codexalimentarius  >  News and Events  > News details NASWP-wkshp-slider.png CCNASWP addressing implementation of the Codex Strategic Plan during the pandemic 26/11/2020 Representatives of countries of the North America and South West Pacific (NASWP) region met virtually on 23 November 2020 to update the regional work-plan for implementation of the Codex Strategic Plan until CCNASWP will reconvene, tentatively early 2022. (...) The region will intensify work on noni juice and establish a network among the Pacific Islands to identify new issues that should be brought to CCNASWP attention. (...) Participants discussed opportunities for linking to capacity building work supported by FAO and WHO and it was agreed to hold a regional virtual workshop on expert scientific advice in March 2021, which will include relevant case-studies from the Pacific Islands sub-region, such as the development of the regional standard for noni juice. This aligns with Goal 2 on developing standards based on science and Codex risk based principles.
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Score: 1104877.7 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...nts/news-details/pt/c/1333426/
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CCNASWP addressing implementation of the Codex Strategic Plan during the pandemic | CODEXALIMENTARIUS News details | CODEXALIMENTARIUS FAO-WHO العربية 中文 english français Русский Español AR ZH EN FR RU ES About Codex About Codex Members Observers History Science Trade FAO/WHO Codex Trust Fund Consumers Codex Secretariat FAQs Codex Texts Codex Texts Standards Guidelines Codes of Practice Maximum Residue Limits Miscellaneous Codex online databases Codex online databases Pesticide Database Veterinary Drugs Database Food Additives DB (GSFA Online) Themes Themes COVID-19 Animal Feed Antimicrobial Resistance Biotechnology Contaminants Nutrition and Labelling Pesticides Committees Committees Commission (CAC) About Meetings CAC44 Elections Executive Committee About Composition & Roles History Meetings Elections and Appointments Codex Regions Codex Regions Africa Asia Europe Latin America and the Caribbean Near East North America and South West Pacific General Subject Committees Commodity Committees Electronic Working Groups Task Forces Meetings Meetings Calendar Information for Delegates Co-hosting meetings Archives Resources Circular letters OCS Information Documents Codex E-Learning Course Multimedia Video Podcast Publications News and Events Login Page tools codexalimentarius  >  News and Events  > News details NASWP-wkshp-slider.png CCNASWP addressing implementation of the Codex Strategic Plan during the pandemic 26/11/2020 Representatives of countries of the North America and South West Pacific (NASWP) region met virtually on 23 November 2020 to update the regional work-plan for implementation of the Codex Strategic Plan until CCNASWP will reconvene, tentatively early 2022. (...) The region will intensify work on noni juice and establish a network among the Pacific Islands to identify new issues that should be brought to CCNASWP attention. (...) Participants discussed opportunities for linking to capacity building work supported by FAO and WHO and it was agreed to hold a regional virtual workshop on expert scientific advice in March 2021, which will include relevant case-studies from the Pacific Islands sub-region, such as the development of the regional standard for noni juice. This aligns with Goal 2 on developing standards based on science and Codex risk based principles.
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CCNASWP addressing implementation of the Codex Strategic Plan during the pandemic | CODEXALIMENTARIUS News details | CODEXALIMENTARIUS FAO-WHO العربية 中文 english français Русский Español AR ZH EN FR RU ES About Codex About Codex Members Observers History Science Trade FAO/WHO Codex Trust Fund Consumers Codex Secretariat FAQs Codex Texts Codex Texts Standards Guidelines Codes of Practice Maximum Residue Limits Miscellaneous Codex online databases Codex online databases Pesticide Database Veterinary Drugs Database Food Additives DB (GSFA Online) Themes Themes COVID-19 Animal Feed Antimicrobial Resistance Biotechnology Contaminants Nutrition and Labelling Pesticides Committees Committees Commission (CAC) About Meetings CAC44 Elections Executive Committee About Composition & Roles History Meetings Elections and Appointments Codex Regions Codex Regions Africa Asia Europe Latin America and the Caribbean Near East North America and South West Pacific General Subject Committees Commodity Committees Electronic Working Groups Task Forces Meetings Meetings Calendar Information for Delegates Co-hosting meetings Archives Resources Circular letters OCS Information Documents Codex E-Learning Course Multimedia Video Podcast Publications News and Events Login Page tools codexalimentarius  >  News and Events  > News details NASWP-wkshp-slider.png CCNASWP addressing implementation of the Codex Strategic Plan during the pandemic 26/11/2020 Representatives of countries of the North America and South West Pacific (NASWP) region met virtually on 23 November 2020 to update the regional work-plan for implementation of the Codex Strategic Plan until CCNASWP will reconvene, tentatively early 2022. (...) The region will intensify work on noni juice and establish a network among the Pacific Islands to identify new issues that should be brought to CCNASWP attention. (...) Participants discussed opportunities for linking to capacity building work supported by FAO and WHO and it was agreed to hold a regional virtual workshop on expert scientific advice in March 2021, which will include relevant case-studies from the Pacific Islands sub-region, such as the development of the regional standard for noni juice. This aligns with Goal 2 on developing standards based on science and Codex risk based principles.
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Score: 1104877.7 - https://www.fao.org/fao-who-co...nts/news-details/en/c/1333426/
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