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|Section II - Chapter 8|
|Edible Fruit and Nuts; Peel of Citrus Fruit or Melons|
|1.||"This chapter does not cover inedible nuts or fruits. It also does not cover peanuts|
|(ground-nuts); see chapters 12 and 20."|
|2.||Chilled fruit and nuts are to be classified in the same heading as the corresponding fresh fruit and nuts.|
|3.||Dried fruit or dried nuts of this chapter may be partially rehydrated, or treated for the following purposes:|
|(a).||For additional preservation or stabilization (for example, by moderate heat treatment, sulfuring, the addition of sorbic acid or potassium sorbate);|
|(b).||To improve or maintain their appearance (for example, by the addition of vegetable oil or small quantities of glucose syrup), provided that they retain the character of dried fruit or dried nuts.|
|1.||For the purposes of this chapter, the expression “certified organic” refers to a fresh or processed agricultural product that is certified to the United States Department of Agriculture’s National Organic Program Regulation (7 CFR 205) or the Canadian Orga nic Product Regulation (SOR/2006 - 338 COPR).|
|Schedule B No. and Headings||Commodity Description||Unit of Quantity||Second Quantity|
|08||Edible Fruit and Nuts; Peel of Citrus Fruit or Melons|
|08.01||- Coconuts, brazil nuts and cashew nuts, fresh or dried, whether or not shelled or peeled:|
|- - Coconuts:|
|0801.11.0000||- - - Desiccated||kg|
|0801.12.0000||- - - In the inner shell (endocarp)||kg|
|0801.19.0100||- - - Other||kg|
|- - Brazil nuts:|
|0801.21.0000||- - - In shell||kg|
|0801.22.0000||- - - Shelled||kg|
|- - Cashew nuts:|
|0801.31.0000||- - - In shell||kg|
|0801.32.0000||- - - Shelled||kg|
|08.02||- Other nuts, fresh or dried, whether or not shelled or peeled:|
|- - Almonds:|
|0802.11.0000||- - - In shell||kg|
|0802.12.0000||- - - Shelled||kg|
|- - Hazelnuts or filberts (corylus spp.):|
|0802.21.0000||- - - In shell||kg|
|0802.22.0000||- - - Shelled||kg|
|- - Walnuts:|
|0802.31.0000||- - - In shell||kg|
|0802.32.0000||- - - Shelled||kg|
|- - Chestnuts (castanea spp.):|
|0802.41.0000||- - - In shell||kg|
|0802.42.0000||- - - Shelled||kg|
|- - Pistachios:|
|0802.51.0000||- - - In shell||kg|
|0802.52.0000||- - - Shelled||kg|
|- - Macadamia nuts:|
|0802.61.0000||- - - In shell||kg|
|0802.62.0000||- - - Shelled||kg|
|0802.70.0000||- - Kola nuts (Cola spp.)||kg|
|0802.80.0000||- - Areca nuts||kg|
|0802.90||- - Other:|
|- - - Pecans:|
|0802.90.1000||- - - - In shell||kg|
|0802.90.1500||- - - - Shelled||kg|
|- - - Other:|
|0802.90.9202||- - - - In shell||kg|
|0802.90.9602||- - - - Shelled||kg|
|08.03||- Bananas, including plantains, fresh or dried:|
|0803.10.0000||- - Plantains||kg|
|0803.90.0000||- - Other||kg|
|08.04||- Dates, figs, pineapples, avocados, guavas, mangoes and mangosteens, fresh or dried:|
|0804.10.0000||- - Dates||kg|
|0804.20.0000||- - Figs||kg|
|0804.30.0000||- - Pineapples||kg|
|0804.40.0000||- - Avocados||kg|
|0804.50.0000||- - Guavas, mangoes and mangosteens||kg|
|08.05||- Citrus fruit, fresh or dried:|
|0805.10||- - Oranges:|
|0805.10.0020||- - - Temple oranges||kg|
|- - - Other|
|0805.10.0045||- - - - Certified organic||kg|
|0805.10.0065||- - - - Other||kg|
|0805.20||- - Mandarins (including tangerines and satsumas); clementines, wilkings and similar citrus hybrids:|
|0805.20.0020||- - - Tangerines||kg|
|0805.20.0040||- - - Other||kg|
|- - Grapefruit, including pomelos:|
|0805.40.0010||- - - Certified organic||kg|
|0805.40.0050||- - - Other||kg|
|0805.50||- - Lemons (Citrus limon, Citrus limonum) and limes (Citrus aurantifolia, Citrus latifolia):|
|- - - Lemons:|
|0805.50.2010||- - - - Certified organic||kg|
|0805.50.2050||- - - - Other||kg|
|0805.50.5050||- - - Limes||kg|
|0805.90.0100||- - Other||kg|
|08.06||- Grapes, fresh or dried:|
|0806.10||- - Fresh:|
|0806.10.0010||- - - Certified organic||kg|
|0806.10.0050||- - - Other||kg|
|0806.20.0000||- - Dried (including raisins)||kg|
|08.07||- Melons (including watermelons) and papayas (papaws), fresh:|
|- - Melons (including watermelons):|
|0807.11.0000||- - - Watermelons||kg|
|0807.19||- - - Other:|
|0807.19.1500||- - - - Cantaloupes||kg|
|0807.19.9000||- - - - Other||kg|
|0807.20.0000||- - Papayas (papaws)||kg|
|08.08||- Apples, pears and quinces, fresh:|
|0808.10||- - Apples:|
|0808.10.0010||- - - Certified organic||kg|
|0808.10.0050||- - - Other||kg|
|0808.30||- - Pears:|
|0808.30.0010||- - - Certified organic||kg|
|0808.30.0050||- - - Other||kg|
|0808.40.0000||- - Quinces||kg|
|08.09||- Apricots, cherries, peaches (including nectarines), plums (including prune plums) and sloes, fresh:|
|0809.10.0000||- - Apricots||kg|
|- - Cherries:|
|0809.21.0000||- - - Sour cherries (Prunus cerasus)||kg|
|0809.29||- - - Other:|
|0809.29.0010||- - - - Certified organic||kg|
|0809.29.0050||- - - - Other||kg|
|0809.30.0000||- - Peaches, including nectarines||kg|
|0809.40.0000||- - Plums (including prune plums) and sloes||kg|
|08.10||- Other fruit, fresh:|
|0810.10||- - Strawberries:|
|0810.10.0010||- - - Certified organic||kg|
|0810.10.0050||- - - Other||kg|
|0810.20.0000||- - Raspberries, blackberries, mulberries and loganberries||kg|
|0810.30.0000||- - Black, white or red currants and gooseberries (other than kiwi fruit)||kg|
|0810.40||- - Cranberries, blueberries and other fruits of the genus Vaccinium:|
|- - - Blueberries:|
|0810.40.0024||- - - - Wild||kg|
|- - - - Cultivated:|
|0810.40.0026||- - - - - Certified organic||kg|
|0810.40.0029||- - - - - Other||kg|
|0810.40.0050||- - - Other||kg|
|0810.50.0000||- - Kiwi fruit||kg|
|0810.60.0000||- - Durians||kg|
|0810.70.0000||- - Persimmons||kg|
|0810.90||- - Other:|
|0810.90.2700||- - - Other berries; tamarinds||kg|
|0810.90.4500||- - - Other||kg|
|08.11||- Fruit and nuts, uncooked or cooked by steaming or boiling in water, frozen, whether or not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter:|
|0811.10.0000||- - Strawberries||kg|
|0811.20.0000||- - Raspberries, blackberries, mulberries, loganberries, black, white or red currants and gooseberries (other than kiwi fruit)||kg|
|0811.90||- - Other:|
|- - - Blueberries:|
|0811.90.2024||- - - - Wild||kg|
|0811.90.2028||- - - - Cultivated||kg|
|- - - Cherries:|
|0811.90.8040||- - - - Sweet varieties||kg|
|0811.90.8060||- - - - Tart varieties||kg|
|0811.90.9000||- - - Other||kg|
|08.12||- Fruit and nuts, provisionally preserved (for example, by sulfur dioxide gas, in brine, in sulfur water or in other preservative solutions), but unsuitable in that state for immediate consumption:|
|0812.10.0000||- - Cherries||kg|
|- - Other:|
|0812.90.5000||- - - Strawberries||kg|
|0812.90.8800||- - - Other||kg|
|08.13||- Fruit, dried, other than that of headings 0801 to 0806; mixtures of nuts or dried fruits of this chapter:|
|0813.10.0000||- - Apricots||kg|
|0813.20.0000||- - Prunes||kg|
|0813.30.0000||- - Apples||kg|
|0813.40||- - Other fruit:|
|0813.40.2010||- - - Wild blueberries||kg|
|0813.40.2020||- - - Cultivated blueberries||kg|
|- - - Cherries:|
|0813.40.3010||- - - - Tart varieties||kg|
|0813.40.3090||- - - - Other||kg|
|0813.40.9600||- - - Other||kg|
|0813.50||- - Mixtures of nuts or dried fruits of this chapter:|
|0813.50.0020||- - - Containing only fruit||kg|
|0813.50.0040||- - - Containing only nuts||kg|
|0813.50.0060||- - - Other||kg|
|0814.00.0000||- Peel of citrus fruit or melons (including watermelons), fresh, frozen, dried or provisionally preserved in brine, in sulfur water or in other preservative solutions||kg|