The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1976
The Code of Federal Regulations is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.

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Page 400 - PRODUCT DESCRIPTION AND GRADES 52.2071 Product description. Canned tangerine juice Is the undiluted, unconcentrated, unfermented juice obtained from mature fresh fruit of the Mandarin orange (Citrus reticulata) which fruit has been properly washed; Is packed with or without the addition of sweetening Ingredients; Is sufficiently processed by heat to assure preservation of the product: and Is packed in containers which are hermetically sealed. 52.2072 Grades of canned tangerine juice. (a) "US...
Page 431 - The lower face of the disc is a smooth, plane surface horizontal to the vertical axis of the rod. A device to which weight may be added "is affixed to the upper end of the rod. Before lowering the disc to the cotyledon, adjust the combined weight of disc, rod, and device to 100 grams.
Page 216 - unevenly colored cherry half" means, if the cherry halves are artificially colored, that the color in the cherry half is other than evenly distributed in the unit or other than uniform with the color of the other cherry halves. (7) "Blemished" in the case of the peach, pear, grape, or cherry ingredients means blemished with scab, hail injury, scar tissue, objectionable pear seed cell material, objectionable portions of interior pear stems, or other abnormality which materially affects the appearance...

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