Normalisation Internationale Des Fruits Et Legumes: by OCDE OECD

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Slight superficial bruising from harvesting, handling or pressure caused by the plastic lid or film used for prepackage is allowed provided damage is slight and superficial and is unlikely to develop further. ➩ photo 25 — slight traces of casing material; uncut mushrooms may also have some casing material on the foot. ➩ photos 1, 26 In the case of cut mushrooms, the cut must be approximately perpendicular to the longitudinal axis. © OECD 2005 29 Normalisation internationale des fruits et légumes : Champignons de Couche iii) Catégorie II Cette catégorie comprend les champignons qui ne peuvent être classés dans les catégories supérieures, mais correspondent aux caractéristiques minimales ci-dessus définies.

The materials used inside the package must be new, clean and of a quality such as to avoid causing any external or internal damage to the produce. The use of materials, particularly of paper or stamps bearing trade specifications is allowed provided the printing or labelling has been done with non–toxic ink or glue. This provision is for ensuring suitable protection of the produce by means of materials inside the package which are new and clean and also to prevent foreign bodies from spoiling its good presentation.

E. concealing in the lower layers of the package produce inferior in quality and size to that displayed and marked. Similarly prohibited is any packaging method or practice intended to give a deceptively superior appearance to the top layer of the consignment. B. Packaging The mushrooms must be packed in such a way as to protect the produce properly. Packages must be of a quality, strength and characteristics to protect the produce during transport and handling. The materials used inside the package must be new, clean and of a quality such as to avoid causing any external or internal damage to the produce.

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