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LATVIAN FRUIT VARIETIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Fruits: Large, rounded conical (extra size fruits cylindrical), smooth, pale yellow with pink stripes and light bloom, attractive. (...) Flesh yellow, firm, juicy, with good sub acid flavour. Dessert and canning. Tree: Medium hardy, grows vigorously, but reaches only medium size. (...) Fruits do not crack and hold well on the tree. Dessert and canning. Tree: Medium hardy, rather small, bears early, regularly and well.
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Score: 1666044.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=TRADE/WP.7/2002/8&Lang=E
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United Nations EC
Provision concerning tolerances”, cashew kernels are classified into the following classes: “Extra” Class, Class I, and Class II. Class Commercial designation Description Extra "white" white, pale ivory, pale ash-grey, light yellow Class I "scorched" or “lightly blemished” light brown, light ivory, light ash-grey, deep ivory, yellow Class II "scorched seconds" or "dessert" light brown, amber, light blue, deep brown, deep blue, discoloured, black spotted, immature, blemished, and stained kernels are permitted. (...) Provisions concerning sizing Sizing is compulsory in "Extra class", but optional for "Class I" and "Class II". (...) Quality tolerances Tolerances allowed, percentage of defective produce, by number or weight Defects allowed Extra Class I Class II (a) Tolerance for cashew kernels not satisfying the minimum requirements 6 9 12 of which no more than: Not sufficiently developed, shrunken or shrivelled 1 2 not applicable Mouldy, rancid, decay, 0.5 1 1 Damage by pests 0.5 1 1 Living pests 0 0 0 Superficial damage (whole kernels only) 1 2 5 Adhering testa 3 3 5 (b) Size Tolerance, if sized for produce not conforming to the size indicated, in total: Wholes (by number) 10 10 10 Pieces (by weight) (smaller sizes) 10 10 10 (c) Tolerance for other defects: Broken kernels (butts, splits and pieces) in wholes 10 10 10 Pieces in butts/splits 10 10 10 Kernels of a colour of the next lower class 5 5 not applicable 4 ECE/TRADE/C/WP.7/2012/12 Tolerances allowed, percentage of defective produce, by number or weight Defects allowed Extra Class I Class II Foreign matter, loose shell fragments, loose testa fragments, dust (by weight) [0.1 0.1 0.10] V.
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Score: 1604087 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...CE/TRADE/C/WP.7/2012/12&Lang=E
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GE.12-21360 Econo
Provision concerning tolerances”, cashew kernels are classified into the following classes: “Extra” Class, Class I, and Class II. Class Commercial designation Colour Extra "white" white, pale ivory, pale ash-grey, light yellow Class I "scorched" or “lightly blemished” light brown, light ivory, light ash-grey, deep ivory. yellow Class II "scorched seconds" or "dessert" light brown, amber, light blue, deep brown, deep blue, discoloured, black spotted immature and speckled kernels are permitted provided they do not affect the characteristic shape of the kernel. (...) Provisions concerning sizing Cashew kernels are classified by style as follows: • (a) Whole: Sizing is compulsory in "Extra class", but optional for "Class I" and "Class II". (...) Quality tolerances Defects allowed Tolerances allowed percentage of defective produce by weight of kernels, per cent by weight Extra Class I Class II (a) Tolerance for cashew kernels not satisfying the minimum requirements 5 8 10 of which no more than: Not sufficiently developed, shrunken or shrivelled 1 2 - Mouldy, rancid, decay, 0.5 1 1 Damage by pests 0.5 1 1 Living pests 0 0 0 Superficial damage 1 2 5 Adhering testa 2 2 3 (b) Size Tolerance for produce not conforming to the size indicated: Wholes 10 10 10 Pieces (next smaller size) 10 10 10 (c) Tolerance for other defects: Broken kernels (butts, splits and pieces) in wholes 10 10 10 Pieces in butts/splits 10 10 10 Kernels of a colour of the next lower class 5 5 - ECE/TRADE/C/WP.7/GE.2/2012/6 5 Defects allowed Tolerances allowed percentage of defective produce by weight of kernels, per cent by weight Extra Class I Class II Foreign matter 0.01 0.01 0.01 Loose shell fragments, loose testa fragments, dust (by weight) 0.015 0.015 0.015 V.
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Score: 1604087 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RADE/C/WP.7/GE.2/2012/6&Lang=E
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CASHEW KERNEL STANDARD
Provision concerning tolerances”, cashew kernels are classified into the following classes: “Extra” Class, Class I, and Class II. Class Commercial designation Description Extra "white" white, pale ivory, pale ash-grey, light yellow Class I "scorched" or “lightly blemished” light brown, light ivory, light ash-grey, deep ivory, yellow Class II "scorched seconds" or "dessert" light brown, amber, light blue, deep brown, deep blue, discoloured, black spotted, immature, shrivelled, blemished, and stained kernels are permitted. 2 The moisture content is determined by one of the methods given in annex II of the Standard Layout – Determination of the moisture content for dry produce http://www.unece.org/trade/agr/standard/dry/StandardLayout/StandardLayoutDDP_e.pdf. (...) Provisions concerning sizing Sizing is compulsory in "Extra class", but optional for "Class I" and "Class II". (...) Quality tolerances Tolerances allowed, percentage of defective produce, by number or weight Defects allowed Extra Class I Class II (a) Tolerance for cashew kernels not satisfying the minimum requirements 6 9 12 of which no more than: Not sufficiently developed, shrunken or shrivelled 1 2 * Mouldy, rancid, decay, 0.5 1 1 Damage by pests 0.5 1 1 Living pests 0 0 0 Superficial damage (whole kernels only) 1 2 5 Adhering testa 3 3 5 (b) Size tolerance, if sized for produce not conforming to the size indicated, in total: Wholes (by number) 10 10 10 Pieces (by weight) (smaller sizes) 10 10 10 (c) Tolerance for other defects: Broken kernels (butts, splits and pieces) in wholes 10 10 10 Pieces in butts/splits 10 10 10 Kernels of a colour of the next lower class 5 5 - Foreign matter, loose shell fragments, loose testa fragments, dust (by weight) 0.1 0.1 0.1 * Tolerance is not applicable, shriveled kernels are permitted, as per description in the classification.
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Score: 1590383.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...CE/TRADE/C/WP.7/2013/30&Lang=E
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CONSIDERATION OF UN/ECE RECOMMENDATIONS : CASHEW KERNELS : NOTE
TRADE/WP.7/GE.2/1998/5 page 7 For "butts" and "splits" the quantity of pieces present for "extra class", "class I" and "class II" shall not exceed 5% by weight of "extra class", "class I" and "class II" at the time of packing. For "pieces" grades, the quantity of pieces of the next lower pieces size designation for "extra class" shall not exceed 5% by weight of "extra class", and for "class I", and "class II" by 7.5% by weight of "class I" and "class II" at the time of packing. (...) Deep Brown Deep Blue Discoloured Black spotted "Dessert" TRADE/WP.7/GE.2/1998/5 Annex III page 12 ANNEX III DEFINITIONS OF DEFECTS A.
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Score: 1558025 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=TRADE/WP.7/GE.2/1998/5&Lang=E
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Do not overeat  Overeating puts extra strain on the digestive system, so if you feel full, then put your  fork down. (...) You can add healthy greens to salads, and root vegetables are delicious when you roast them and add to a stew.    10. Eat dessert after a full meal Substituting dessert for breakfast or lunch is not the best idea.
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Score: 1553538.3 - https://www.unicef.org/ukraine.../healthy-nutrition-for-parents
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REPORT OF THE 55TH SESSION : ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE, COMMITTEE FOR TRADE, INDUSTRY AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT, WORKING PARTY ON STANDARDIZATION OF PERISHABLE PRODUCE AND QUALITY DEVELOPMENT, 55TH SESSION, 3 TO 5 NOVEMBER 1999, GENEVA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Classification Cashew kernels are classified in three classes defined below.4 (i) "Extra" class Cashew kernels in this class must be of superior quality. (...) For "pieces" grades, the quantity of pieces of the next lower pieces size designation for "extra class" shall not exceed 5% by weight of "extra class", and for "class I", and "class II" by 7.5% by weight. (...) Immature and speckled kernels are Deep Brown "Dessert" permitted provided they do not affect theDeep Blue characteristic shape of the kernel.
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Score: 1552708.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRADE/WP.7/1999/7/ADD.5&Lang=E
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CONSIDERATION OF UN/ECE RECOMMENDATIONS : CASHEW KERNELS : NOTE
For all "whole" kernels, whether or not size graded, the quantity of brokens or pieces for "extra class", "class I" and "class II" shall not exceed 5% by weight of "extra class", "class I" and "class II" at the time of packing. For "butts" and "splits" the quantity of pieces present for "extra class", "class I" and "class II" shall not exceed 5% by weight of "extra class", "class I" and "class II" at the time of packing. (...) For "pieces" grades, the quantity of pieces of the next lower pieces size designation for "extra class" shall not exceed 5% by weight of "extra class", and for "class I", and "class II" by 7.5% by weight of "class I" and "class II" at the time of packing.
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Score: 1539079.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=TRADE/WP.7/GE.2/1999/5&Lang=E
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CONSIDERATION TO ADOPT THE REVISED UN/ECE RECOMMENDATION FOR CASHEW KERNELS AS A NEW UN/ECE STANDARD : NOTE
Classification Cashew kernels are classified in three classes defined below.4 (i) "Extra" class Cashew kernels in this class must be of superior quality. (...) For "pieces" grades, the quantity of pieces of the next lower pieces size designation for "extra class" shall not exceed 5% by weight of "extra class", and for "class I", and "class II" by 7.5% by weight. (...) Immature and speckled kernels are Deep Brown "Dessert" permitted provided they do not affect theDeep Blue characteristic shape of the kernel.
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Score: 1533546.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=TRADE/WP.7/1999/3&Lang=E
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Score: 1468967.3 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/inpho/resources/cookbook/es/
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