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The tariff classification of snack food crisps from Australia.

The tariff classification of snack foods from India

The tariff classification of snack foods from Australia.

The tariff classification of snack food from Germany

Modification of Headquarters Ruling Letters 085292 and 087152 of September 25, 1989, and May 18, 1990, respectively; "Alma Cocktail Snacks" from West Germany

Peanut Balls

The tariff classification and country of origin marking of snack products from Germany

The tariff classification and eligibility of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) of organic baby finger foods and teething biscuits from Canada

The tariff classification of "Scooples" from Ireland.Dear Mr. Olson:This classification decision under the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTS) is being issued in accordance with the provisions of Section 177 of the Customs Regulations (19 C.F.R. 177).DATE OF INQUIRY : June 19, 1990.ON BEHALF OF : The Lambourn Food Company, Ltd.DESCRIPTION OF MERCHANDISE : Crisp snack foods in the form of stripsapproximately 3 inches long and 1 1/4inches wide, with curled edges. Theproducts are composed of wheat flour,potato starch, kibbled oat groats,barley flour, soy protein isolate, saltand paprika. Other ingredients,depending on variety, are skimmed milkpowder and yeast extract. Scooples aremade by extrusion, drying and toasting,and put up in retail packages containing150 grams, net weight.HTS PROVISION : Bread, pastry, cakes, biscuits and otherbakers' wares ... other ... corn chipsand similar crisp savory snack foods.HTS SUBHEADING : 1905.90.9030RATE OF DUTY : 10 percent ad

Modification of Headquarters Ruling Letter 085292; Pretzels and Crackers

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