To Include Certain Fruits in the Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937: Hearing, Eighty-ninth Congress, Second Session ... July 27, 1966

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Page 17 - ... minimum standards of quality and maturity and such grading and inspection requirements for agricultural commodities enumerated in section 8c(2), other than milk and its products, in interstate commerce as will effectuate such orderly marketing of such agricultural commodities as will be in the public interest.
Page 31 - Whenever the Secretary of Agriculture has reason to believe that the issuance of an order will tend to effectuate the declared policy...
Page 2 - ... No order issued under subsection (9) of this section shall be applicable to any person who sells agricultural commodities or products thereof at retail in his capacity as such retailer, except to a retailer in his capacity as a retailer of milk and its products. (B) No order issued under this title shall be applicable to any producer in his capacity as a producer.
Page 3 - Idaho), tobacco, vegetables (not including vegetables, other than asparagus, for canning or freezing), hops, honeybees and naval stores as included in the Naval Stores Act and standards established thereunder (including refined or partially refined oleoresin) : Provided, That no order issued pursuant to this section shall be effective as to any grapefruit for canning or freezing...
Page 51 - Establishing or providing for the establishment of research and development projects, and advertising (excluding brand advertising), sales promotion, educational, and other programs, designed to improve or promote the domestic marketing and consumption of milk and its products, to be financed by producers in a manner and at a rate specified in the order, on all producer milk under the order. Producer contributions under this subparagraph may be deducted from funds due producers in computing total...
Page 5 - The Bureau of the Budget advises that there is no objection, from the standpoint of the Administration's program, to the presentation of this report.
Page 50 - Experience in recent years confirms the conclusion that legislative authority of the type contained in the Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937 has made a substantial contribution to the bargaining power of producers of specific commodities and thereby to maintaining and raising their income. The national council favors legislation for the continuation and liberalization of the marketing agreement and order type authority to "(1) Provide...
Page 3 - ... or to any regional, or market classification of any such commodity or product: Milk, fruits (including filberts, almonds, pecans, and walnuts but not including apples, other than apples produced in the States of Washington, Oregon...
Page 5 - Agriculture determines, in addition to other findings and determinations required by this chapter, that the issuance of such order is approved or favored by the processors who, during a representative period determined by the Secretary, have been engaged in canning or freezing such commodity for market...
Page 4 - ... in more than one of the following production areas: the Virginia-Carolina production area, the Southeast production area, and the Southwest production area. If the Secretary determines that the declared policy of the title will be better achieved thereby (i) the commodities of the same general class and used wholly or in part for the same purposes may be combined and treated as a single commodity and (ii) the portion of an agricultural commodity devoted to or marketed for a particular use or...

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