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Title 7Subtitle BChapter ISubchapter CPart 52


TITLE 7—Agriculture

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

CHAPTER I—AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE (Standards, Inspections, Marketing Practices), DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

SUBCHAPTER C—REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS UNDER THE AGRICULTURAL MARKETING ACT OF 1946 AND THE EGG PRODUCTS INSPECTION ACT

PART 52—PROCESSED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, PROCESSED PRODUCTS THEREOF, AND CERTAIN OTHER PROCESSED FOOD PRODUCTS

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Subpart—REGULATIONS GOVERNING INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATION

§52.1
Administration of regulations.

Definitions

§52.2
Terms defined.
§52.3
Designation of official certificates, memoranda, marks, other identifications, and devices for purposes of the Agricultural Marketing Act.

Inspection Service

§52.4
Where inspection service is offered.
§52.5
Who may obtain inspection service.
§52.6
How to make application.
§52.7
Information required in connection with application.
§52.8
Filing of application.
§52.9
Record of filing time.
§52.10
When application may be rejected.
§52.11
When application may be withdrawn.
§52.12
Disposition of inspected sample.
§52.13
Basis of inspection and grade or compliance determination.
§52.14
Order of inspection service.
§52.15
Postponing inspection service.
§52.16
Financial interest of inspector.
§52.17
Forms of certificates.
§52.18
Issuance of certificates.
§52.19
Issuance of corrected certificates.
§52.20
Issuance of an inspection report in lieu of an inspection certificate.
§52.21
Disposition of inspection certificates.
§52.22
Report of inspection results prior to issuance of formal report.

Appeal Inspection

§52.23
When appeal inspection may be requested.
§52.24
Where to file for an appeal inspection and information required.
§52.25
When an application for an appeal inspection may be withdrawn.
§52.26
When appeal inspection may be refused.
§52.27
Who shall perform appeal inspection.
§52.28
Appeal inspection certificate.

Licensing of Samplers and Inspectors

§52.29
Who may become licensed sampler.
§52.30
Application to become a licensed sampler.
§52.31
Inspectors.
§52.32
Suspension or revocation of license of licensed sampler or licensed inspector.
§52.33
Surrender of license.

Sampling

§52.34
How samples are drawn by inspectors or licensed samplers.
§52.35
Accessibility for sampling.
§52.36
How officially drawn samples are to be identified.
§52.37
How official samples are to be identified and shipped.
§52.38
Sampling plans and procedures for determining lot compliance.
§52.38a
Definitions of terms applicable to statistical sampling.
§52.38b
Statistical sampling procedures for on-line inspection by attributes of processed fruits and vegetables.
§52.38c
Statistical sampling procedures for lot inspection of processed fruits and vegetables by attributes.
§52.39
Issuance of certificate of sampling.
§52.40
Identification of lots sampled.

Fees and Charges

§52.41
Payment of fees and charges.
§52.42
Schedule of fees.
§52.43
Fees to be charged and collected for sampling when performed by a licensed sampler.
§52.44
Inspection fees when charges for sampling have been collected.
§52.45
Inspection fees when charges for sampling have not been collected.
§52.46
Fee for appeal inspection.
§52.47
Changing types of service.
§52.48
Charges for plant survey and inspection.
§52.49
Charges for copies of inspection documents and/or inspection data.
§52.50
Travel and other expenses.
§52.51
Charges for inspection services on a contract basis.

Miscellaneous

§52.53
Approved identification.
§52.54
Debarment of services.
§52.55
Political activity.
§52.56
Purchase of commodity samples for review.
§52.57
Compliance with other laws.
§52.58
Identification.
§52.59
OMB control numbers assigned pursuant to the Paperwork Reduction Act.

Requirements for Plants To Be Approved and for Plants Using Contract In-Plant Inspection Services

§52.81
Plant survey.
§52.82
Basis of survey and plant inspection.
§52.83
Reporting results of the plant survey and inauguration of inspection services.
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Subpart—UNITED STATES STANDARDS FOR GRADES OF CANNED RED TART PITTED CHERRIES

Identity and Grades

§52.771
Identity.
§52.772
Grades.

Liquid Media and Brix Measurements

§52.773
Liquid media and Brix measurements.

Fill of Container

§52.774
Fill of container.

Sample Unit Size

§52.775
Sample unit size.

Factors of Quality

§52.776
Ascertaining the grade of a sample unit.
§52.777
Ascertaining the rating for the factors which are scored.
§52.778
Color.
§52.779
Freedom from pits.
§52.780
Defects.
§52.781
Character.

Allowances for Quality Factors

§52.782
Allowances for quality factors.

Lot Compliance

§52.783
Ascertaining the grade of a lot.

Score Sheet

§52.784
Score sheet for canned red tart pitted cherries.
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Subpart—UNITED STATES STANDARDS FOR GRADES OF FROZEN RED TART PITTED CHERRIES

Product Description and Grades

§52.801
Product description.
§52.802
Grades of frozen red tart pitted cherries.

Sample Unit Size

§52.803
Sample unit size.

Factors of Quality

§52.804
Ascertaining the grade of a sample unit.
§52.805
Ascertaining the rating for each factor.
§52.806
Color.
§52.807
Freedom from pits.
§52.808
Freedom from defects.
§52.809
Character.

Allowances for Quality Factors

§52.810
Allowances for quality factors.

Lot Compliance

§52.811
Ascertaining the grade of a lot.

Score Sheet

§52.812
Score sheet for frozen red tart pitted cherries.
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Subpart—UNITED STATES STANDARDS FOR GRADES OF DATES

Product Description, Styles, and Grades

§52.1001
Product description.
§52.1002
Styles of dates.
§52.1003
Grades of dates.

Factors of Quality

§52.1004
Ascertaining the grade.
§52.1005
Ascertaining the rating for the factors which are scored.
§52.1006
Color.
§52.1007
Uniformity of size.
§52.1008
Absence of defects.
§52.1009
Character.

Lot Inspection and Certification

§52.1010
Ascertaining the grade of a lot.

Score Sheet

§52.1011
Score sheet for dates.
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Subpart—UNITED STATES STANDARDS FOR GRADES OF PROCESSED RAISINS

§52.1841
Product description.
§52.1842
Product description of Layer or (Cluster) raisins with seeds.
§52.1843
Summary of types (varieties) of processed raisins.
§52.1844
Definition of terms.

Type I—Seedless Raisins

§52.1845
Sizes of seedless raisins.
§52.1846
Grades of seedless raisins.

Type II—Golden Seedless Raisins

§52.1847
Colors of golden seedless raisins.
§52.1848
Sizes of golden seedless raisins.
§52.1849
Grades of golden seedless raisins.

Type III—Raisins With Seeds

§52.1850
Sizes of raisins with seeds—except layer or cluster.
§52.1851
Sizes of raisins with seeds—layer or cluster.
§52.1852
Grades of raisins with seeds—except layer or cluster.
§52.1853
Grades of raisins with seeds—layer or cluster.

Type IV—Sultana Raisins

§52.1854
Sizes of Sultana raisins.
§52.1855
Grades of Sultana raisins.

Type V—Zante Currant Raisins

§52.1856
Sizes of zante currant raisins.
§52.1857
Grades of zante currant raisins.

Type VI—Mixed Types of Raisins

§52.1858
Grades of mixed types or varieties of raisins.
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Subpart—UNITED STATES STANDARDS FOR GRADES OF DRIED PRUNES

Product Description, Varietal Types, Sizes, Grades

§52.3181
Product description.
§52.3182
Varietal types of dried prunes.
§52.3183a
Styles of dried prunes.
§52.3183b
Count-sizes of whole unpitted dried prunes.
§52.3184
Grades of dried prunes.

Moisture, Uniformity of Size, Defects

§52.3185
Moisture limits.
§52.3186
Definitions for uniformity of size.
§52.3187
Definitions and explanations of defects.

Work Sheet

§52.3188
Work sheet for dried prunes.
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Subpart—UNITED STATES STANDARDS FOR GRADES OF CANNED RIPE OLIVES

Product Description, Types, Styles, and Grades

§52.3751
Product description.
§52.3752
Types of canned ripe olives.
§52.3753
Styles of canned ripe olives.
§52.3754
Size designations for whole and pitted styles.
§52.3755
Minimum drained weights.
§52.3756
Grades of canned ripe olives.
§52.3757
Standard sample unit size.
§52.3758
Determining the grade of a sample unit.
§52.3759
Determining the rating for the factors which are scored.
§52.3760
Color.
§52.3761
Defects.
§52.3762
Character.
§52.3763
Determining the grade of a lot.
§52.3764
Score sheet.


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