CHAPTER 23
RESIDUES AND WASTE FROM THE FOOD INDUSTRIES;
PREPARED ANIMAL FEED
IV
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Note
  • 1. Heading 2309 includes products of a kind used in animal feeding, not elsewhere specified or included, obtained by processing vegetable or animal materials to such an extent that they have lost the essential characteristics of the original material, other than vegetable waste, vegetable residues and byproducts of such processing.
Subheading Note
  • 1. For the purposes of subheading 2306.41, the expression " low erucic acid rape or colza seeds" means seeds as defined in subheading note 1 to chapter 12.
Additional U.S. Note
  • 1. The term "mixed feeds and mixed-feed ingredients" in subheading 2309.90.10 embraces products of heading 2309 which are admixtures of grains (or products, including byproducts, obtained in milling grains) with molasses, oilcake, oil-cake meal or feedstuffs, and which consist of not less than 6 percent by weight of grain or grain products.
  • 2. The aggregate quantity of animal feed containing milk or milk derivatives entered under subheadings 2309.90.24 and 2309.90.44 in any calendar year shall not exceed 7,399,700 kilograms (articles the product of Mexico shall not be permitted or included in the aforementioned quantitative limitation and no such articles shall be classifiable therein).
    Of the quantitative limitations provided for in this note, the countries listed below shall have access to not less than the quantities specified below:
    Quantity
    (kg)
    Ireland 5,470,323
    United Kingdom 83,914
    New Zealand 1,782,618
    Australia 56,699
Compiler's Note
The provisions of subchapter II of chapter 99 (Miscellaneous Tariff Bills or MTBs), the provisions of the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) found in General Note 4 and most product exclusions from the additional tariffs on products of China in subchapter III of chapter 99 expired on December 31, 2020. However, no endnotes or footnotes relating to these provisions have been deleted as of the issue date of this edition.

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