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Modification of Headquarters Ruling Letter (HRL) 088799, dated November 20, 1991, Concerning Sweetened Cocoa Blended in CanadaDear Mr. Brennan: In the referenced letter you received a ruling on theclassification of sweetened cocoa blended in Canada. In thatruling the article was classified in subheading 1806.10.42, Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States Annotated(HTSUSA), based on the premise that the sugar, which is blendedin Canada with cocoa, originates in Finland or one of the European Economic Community (EEC) countries. This was ourunderstanding based on your client's letter of February 27, 1991. Subsequent to the above letter and after the classificationmatter had been pending for an extended period, your clientadvised us, during a telephonic conversation on November 4, 1991,that the sugar might alternatively originate in Australia or in a Latin American country. Unfortunately, due to an oversight, thispossibility was not considered in preparation of HRL 088799. Accor

The tariff classification of sweetened cocoa powder from Canada

The tariff classification of a cocoa powder and sugar blend from Ghana

Tariff Classification of Semi Sweet Chocolate Blend; USMCA; Country of Origin Marking

Drink mixes; Tariff classification; Country of origin marking; USMCA

The tariff classification and status under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), of SCB 298 Blend from Mexico; Article 509

The tariff classification of a sugar/cocoa blend from Canada.

The tariff classification of cocoa mix from Mexico.

The tariff classification and status under the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), of a sweetened cocoa powder from Mexico; Article 509

The tariff classification of a sugar and cocoa powder blend from Ghana

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