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|Section IV - Chapter 20|
|Preparations of Vegetables, Fruit, Nuts or Other Parts of Plants|
|1.||This chapter does not cover:|
|(a).||Vegetables, fruit or nuts, prepared or preserved by the processes specified in chapter 7, 8 or 11;|
|(b).||Food preparations containing more than 20 percent by weight of sausage, meat, meat offal, blood, fish or crustaceans, molluscs or other aquatic invertebrates, or any combination thereof (chapter 16);|
|(c).||Bakers’ wares and other products of heading 1905; or|
|(d).||Homogenized composite food preparations of heading 2104.|
|2.||Headings 2007 and 2008 do not apply to fruit jellies, fruit pastes, sugar-coated almonds or the like in the form of sugar confectionery (heading 1704) or chocolate confectionery (heading 1806).|
|3.||Headings 2001, 2004 and 2005 cover, as the case may be, only those products of chapter 7 or of heading 1105 or 1106 (other than flour, meal and powder of the products of chapter 8) which have been prepared or preserved by processes other than those referre d to in note 1 (a).|
|4.||Tomato juice the dry weight content of which is 7 percent or more is to be classified in heading 2002.|
|5.||For the purpose of heading 2007 the expression “obtained by cooking” means obtained by heat treatment at atmospheric pressure or under reduced pressure to increase the viscosity of a product through reduction of water content or other means.|
|6.||For the purposes of heading 2009, the expression "juices, unfermented and not containing added spirit" means juices of an alcoholic strength by volume (see note 2 to chapter 22) not exceeding 0.5 percent volume.|
|1.||For the purposes of subheading 2005.10, the expression "homogenized vegetables" means preparations of vegetables finely homogenized, put up for retail sale as infant food or for dietetic purposes, in containers of a net weight content not exceeding 250 g ( 8.83 oz.). For the application of this definition no account is to be taken of small quantities of any ingredients which may have been added to the preparation for seasoning, preservation or other purposes. These preparations may contain a small quantity of visible pieces of vegetables. Subheading 2005.10 takes precedence over all other subheadings of heading 2005.|
|2.||For the purposes of subheading 2007.10, the expression "homogenized preparations" means preparations of fruit, finely homogenized, put up for retail sale as infant food or for dietetic purposes, in containers of a net weight content not exceeding 250 g (8. 83 oz.). For the application of this definition no account is to be taken of small quantities of any ingredients which may have been added to the preparation for seasoning, preservation or other purposes. These preparations may contain a small quantity o f visible pieces of fruit. Subheading 2007.10 takes precedence over the other subheadings of heading 2007.|
|3.||For the purpose of subheading 2009.12, 2009.21, 2009.31, 2009.41, 2009.61 and 2009.71, the expression “Brix value” means the direct reading of degrees Brix obtained from a Brix hydrometer or of refractive index expressed in terms of percentage sucrose cont ent obtained from a refractometer, at a temperature of 20 degrees C or corrected for 20 degrees C if the reading is made at a different temperature.|
|1.||For the purposes of heading 2009, the term "Brix value" means the refractometric sucrose value of the juice, adjusted to compensate for the effect of any added sweetening materials, and thereafter corrected for acid.|
|2.||In determining the degree of concentration of mixed fruit juices, the mixture shall be considered as being wholly of the component juice having the lowest Brix value.|
|3.||For the purposes of heading 2009, the term "liters" in the "Units of Quantity" column of the provisions applicable to fruit juices means liters of natural unconcentrated juice or liters of reconstituted juice.|
|4.||The term "reconstituted fruit juice" means the product which can be obtained by mixing the exported concentrate with water in such proportion that the product will have a Brix value equal to that found by the Secretary of the Treasury from time to time to be the average Brix value of like natural unconcentrated juice in the trade and commerce of the United States.|
|5.||In determining the number of liters of reconstituted fruit juice which can be obtained from a concentrate, the degree of concentration shall be calculated on a volume basis to the nearest 0.5 degree, as determined by the ratio of the Brix value of the expo rted concentrated juice to that of the reconstituted juice, corrected for differences of specific gravity of the juices. Any juice having a degree of concentration of less than 1.5 (as determined before correction to the nearest 0.5 degree) shall be regar ded as a natural unconcentrated juice.|
|Schedule B No. and Headings||Commodity Description||Unit of Quantity||Second Quantity|
|20||Preparations of Vegetables, Fruit, Nuts or Other Parts of Plants|
|20.01||- Vegetables, fruit, nuts and other edible parts of plants, prepared or preserved by vinegar or acetic acid:|
|2001.10.0000||- - Cucumbers including gherkins||kg|
|2001.90||- - Other:|
|2001.90.3400||- - - Onions||kg|
|2001.90.6500||- - - Other||kg|
|20.02||- Tomatoes prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid:|
|2002.10.0000||- - Tomatoes, whole or in pieces||kg|
|2002.90||- - Other:|
|2002.90.0060||- - - Tomato paste||kg|
|2002.90.0080||- - - Other (including tomato puree)||kg|
|20.03||- Mushrooms and truffles, prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid:|
|2003.10.0100||- - Mushrooms of the genus Agaricus||kg|
|2003.90.0002||- - Other||kg|
|20.04||- Other vegetables prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid, frozen, other than products of heading 2006:|
|2004.10||- - Potatoes:|
|2004.10.8020||- - - French fries||kg|
|2004.10.8060||- - - Other||kg|
|2004.90||- - Other vegetables and mixtures of vegetables:|
|2004.90.1000||- - - Antipasto||kg|
|2004.90.8000||- - - Beans||kg|
|- - - Other:|
|2004.90.8520||- - - - Carrots||kg|
|2004.90.8540||- - - - Corn, sweet||kg|
|2004.90.8560||- - - - Peas||kg|
|2004.90.8580||- - - - Other, including mixtures||kg|
|20.05||- Other vegetables prepared or preserved otherwise than by vinegar or acetic acid, not frozen, other than products of heading 2006:|
|2005.10.0000||- - Homogenized vegetables||kg|
|2005.20||- - Potatoes:|
|2005.20.0020||- - - Potato chips||kg|
|2005.20.0040||- - - Potato granules||kg|
|2005.20.0070||- - - Other||kg|
|2005.40.0000||- - Peas (Pisum sativum)||kg|
|- - Beans (Vigna spp., (Phaseolus spp.):|
|2005.51||- - - Beans, shelled:|
|- - - - Black-eye cowpeas:|
|2005.51.2020||- - - - - Canned dried||kg|
|2005.51.2040||- - - - - Other||kg|
|- - - - Other:|
|2005.51.4020||- - - - - Canned dried||kg|
|2005.51.4040||- - - - - Other||kg|
|2005.59.0000||- - - Other||kg|
|2005.60.0000||- - Asparagus||kg|
|2005.70.0000||- - Olives||kg|
|2005.80.0000||- - Sweet corn (Zea mays var. saccharata)||kg|
|- - Other vegetables and mixtures of vegetables:|
|2005.91.0000||- - - Bamboo shoots||kg|
|2005.99||- - - Other:|
|2005.99.3000||- - - - Sauerkraut||kg|
|2005.99.6550||- - - - Other||kg|
|2006.00.5550||- Vegetables, fruit, nuts, fruit-peel and other parts of plants preserved by sugar (drained, glace or crystallized)||kg|
|20.07||- Jams, fruit jellies, marmalades, fruit or nut puree and fruit or nut pastes, obtained by cooking, whether or not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter:|
|2007.10.0000||- - Homogenized preparations||kg|
|- - Other:|
|2007.91||- - - Citrus fruit:|
|2007.91.1000||- - - - Pastes and purees||kg|
|2007.91.6000||- - - - Other||kg|
|2007.99||- - - Other:|
|2007.99.8000||- - - - Pastes and purees||kg|
|2007.99.9000||- - - - Other||kg|
|20.08||- Fruit, nuts and other edible parts of plants, otherwise prepared or preserved, whether or not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter or spirit, not elsewhere specified or included:|
|- - Nuts, peanuts (ground-nuts) and other seeds, whether or not mixed together:|
|2008.11||- - - Peanuts:|
|2008.11.1000||- - - - Peanut butter||kg|
|2008.11.2000||- - - - Peanuts, blanched||kg|
|2008.11.9000||- - - - Other||kg|
|2008.19||- - - Other, including mixtures:|
|2008.19.1020||- - - - Brazil nuts||kg|
|2008.19.1040||- - - - Cashews||kg|
|2008.19.3010||- - - - Pignolia||kg|
|2008.19.3020||- - - - Pistachios||kg|
|2008.19.4000||- - - - Almonds||kg|
|2008.19.8500||- - - - Mixtures of two or more kinds of nuts (including peanuts (ground-nuts)) and seeds||kg|
|- - - - Other:|
|2008.19.9010||- - - - - Macadamia nuts||kg|
|2008.19.9050||- - - - - Popcorn put up in microwaveable packages||kg|
|2008.19.9500||- - - - Other nuts or seeds||kg|
|2008.20.0000||- - Pineapples||kg|
|2008.30||- - Citrus fruit:|
|2008.30.7000||- - - Grapefruit, excluding peel and pulp||kg|
|2008.30.9000||- - - Other||kg|
|2008.40.0000||- - Pears||kg|
|2008.50.0000||- - Apricots||kg|
|2008.60||- - Cherries:|
|2008.60.0020||- - - Maraschino||kg|
|- - - Other:|
|2008.60.0040||- - - - Sweet varieties||kg|
|2008.60.0060||- - - - Tart varieties||kg|
|2008.70||- - Peaches, including nectarines:|
|2008.70.1000||- - - Nectarines||kg|
|2008.70.2000||- - - Other peaches||kg|
|2008.80.0000||- - Strawberries||kg|
|- - Other, including mixtures other than those of subheading 2008.19:|
|2008.91.0000||- - - Palm hearts||kg|
|2008.93.0000||- - - Cranberries (Vaccinium macrocarpon, Vaccinium oxycoccos, Vaccinium vitis-idaea)||kg|
|2008.97||- - - Mixtures:|
|2008.97.2550||- - - - Prepared cereal products||kg|
|2008.97.4000||- - - - Other||kg|
|2008.99||- - - Other:|
|- - - - Berries, other than strawberries:|
|2008.99.1810||- - - - - Wild blueberries, canned||kg|
|2008.99.2100||- - - - - Other||kg|
|2008.99.7550||- - - - Other||kg|
|20.09||- Fruit juices (including grape must) and vegetable juices, not fortified with vitamins or minerals, unfermented and not containing added spirit, whether or not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter:|
|- - Orange juice:|
|2009.11||- - - Frozen:|
|2009.11.0020||- - - - In containers each holding less than .946 liter||liters|
|2009.11.0040||- - - - In containers each holding .946 liter or more but not more than 3.785 liters||liters|
|2009.11.0060||- - - - In containers of more than 3.785 liters||liters|
|2009.12.0000||- - - Not frozen, of a Brix value not exceeding 20||liters|
|2009.19.0000||- - - Other||liters|
|- - Grapefruit (including pomelo) juice:|
|2009.21.0000||- - - Of a Brix value not exceeding 20||liters|
|2009.29.0000||- - - Other||liters|
|- - Juice of any other single citrus fruit:|
|2009.31||- - - Of a Brix value not exceeding 20:|
|2009.31.1550||- - - - Lime||liters|
|2009.31.5010||- - - - Lemon juice||liters|
|2009.31.5090||- - - - Other||liters|
|2009.39||- - - Other:|
|2009.39.1550||- - - - Lime||liters|
|2009.39.6010||- - - - Lemon juice||liters|
|2009.39.6090||- - - - Other.||liters|
|- - Pineapple juice:|
|2009.41||- - - Of a Brix value not exceeding 20:|
|2009.41.2000||- - - - Not concentrated, or having a degree of concentration of not more than 3.5 (as determined before correction to the nearest 0.5 degree)||liters|
|2009.41.4000||- - - - Other||liters|
|2009.49||- - - Other:|
|2009.49.2000||- - - - Not concentrated, or having a degree of concentration of not more than 3.5 (as determined before correction to the nearest 0.5 degree)||liters|
|2009.49.4000||- - - - Other||liters|
|2009.50.0000||- - Tomato juice.||liters|
|- - Grape juice (including grape must):|
|2009.61.0000||- - - Of a Brix value not exceeding 30||liters|
|2009.69.0000||- - - Other||liters|
|- - Apple juice:|
|2009.71.0000||- - - Of a Brix value not exceeding 20||liters|
|2009.79.0000||- - - Other||liters|
|- - Juice of any other single fruit or vegetable:|
|2009.81.0000||- - - Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon, Vaccinium oxycoccos, Vaccinium vitis-idaea) juice||liters|
|2009.89||- - - Other:|
|2009.89.6031||- - - - Blueberry juice, including concentrate||liters|
|2009.89.9000||- - - - Other||liters|
|2009.90||- - Mixtures of juices:|
|2009.90.2000||- - - Vegetable||liters|
|2009.90.4000||- - - Other||liters|