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Exemption of Organic Products From Assessment Under a Commodity Promotion LawRule2015-3251712/31/2015DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis rule implements the provisions of section 10004 of the Agricultural Act of 2014 and modifies the organic assessment exemption regulations under 23 Federal marketing orders and 22 research and promotion programs (commodity promot … This rule implements the provisions of section 10004 of the Agricultural Act of 2014 and modifies the organic assessment exemption regulations under 23 Federal marketing orders and 22 research and promotion programs (commodity promotion programs). This rule amends the current regulations to allow persons that produce, handle, market, process, manufacture, feed, or import ``organic'' and ``100 percent organic'' products to be exempt from paying assessments associated with commodity promotion activities, including paid advertising, conducted under a commodity promotion program administered by the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS), regardless of whether the person requesting the exemption also produces, handles, markets, processes, manufactures, feeds, or imports conventional or nonorganic products. Currently, only persons that exclusively produce and market products certified as 100 percent organic are eligible for an exemption from assessments under commodity promotion programs. This rule expands the exemption to cover all ``organic'' and ``100 percent organic'' products certified under the National Organic Program regardless of whether the person requesting the exemption also produces, handles, markets, processes, manufactures, feeds, or imports conventional or nonorganic products.exemption-of-organic-products-from-assessment-under-a-commodity-promotion-lawFR-Doc-2015-32517
Exemption of Organic Products From Assessment Under a Commodity Promotion LawProposed Rule2014-2928012/16/2014DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis proposal would modify the organic assessment exemption regulations under 23 Federal marketing orders and 22 research and promotion programs. The current regulations would be amended to allow persons that produce, handle, market, … This proposal would modify the organic assessment exemption regulations under 23 Federal marketing orders and 22 research and promotion programs. The current regulations would be amended to allow persons that produce, handle, market, or import certified organic products to be exempt from paying assessments associated with commodity promotion activities, including paid advertising, conducted under a commodity promotion program administered by the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS). The exemption would cover all ``organic'' and ``100 percent organic'' products certified under the National Organic Program regardless of whether the person requesting the exemption also produces, handles, markets, or imports conventional or nonorganic products. Currently, only persons that exclusively produce and market products certified as 100 percent organic are eligible for an exemption from assessments under commodity promotion programs. The authority for this proposal is in section 10004 of the Agricultural Act of 2014.exemption-of-organic-products-from-assessment-under-a-commodity-promotion-lawFR-Doc-2014-29280
Mushroom Promotion, Research, and Consumer Information Order and Watermelon Research and Promotion Plan; CorrectionsRuleE7-1461507/30/2007DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThe Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) is making corrections to the Code of Federal Regulations (7 CFR part 1209 and 7 CFR part 1210) to reflect the modification of Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) codes for imported mushrooms and … The Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) is making corrections to the Code of Federal Regulations (7 CFR part 1209 and 7 CFR part 1210) to reflect the modification of Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) codes for imported mushrooms and watermelons by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. This document updates the HTS codes for the mentioned imported commodities in 7 CFR 1209.51(e)(3) and 7 CFR 1210.515(b).https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2007/07/30/E7-14615/mushroom-promotion-research-and-consumer-information-order-and-watermelon-research-and-promotionFR-Doc-E7-14615
Exempting Organic Producers From Assessment by Research and Promotion ProgramsRule05-57301/14/2005DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis final rule amends all 17 commodity research and promotion orders and/or rules and regulations to exempt any person receiving and handling solely 100 percent organic products from paying assessments to any research and promotion p … This final rule amends all 17 commodity research and promotion orders and/or rules and regulations to exempt any person receiving and handling solely 100 percent organic products from paying assessments to any research and promotion program administered by the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS). To obtain an exemption, the person must operate under an approved organic system plan authorized by the National Organic Program (NOP) and produce and market only products that are eligible for a 100 percent organic label under the NOP. A separate final rule to exempt any person producing and marketing solely 100 percent organic products from paying assessments for market promotion activities under certain marketing order programs administered by AMS is also being published in today's Federal Register.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2005/01/14/05-573/exempting-organic-producers-from-assessment-by-research-and-promotion-programsFR-Doc-05-573
Proposed Rule To Exempt Organic Producers From Assessment by Research and Promotion ProgramsProposed Rule04-925904/26/2004DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThis proposed rule would exempt any person producing and marketing solely 100 percent organic products from paying assessments to any research and promotion program administered by the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS). A proposed … This proposed rule would exempt any person producing and marketing solely 100 percent organic products from paying assessments to any research and promotion program administered by the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS). A proposed rule to exempt any person producing and marketing solely 100 percent organic products from paying assessments to certain marketing order programs administered by AMS was published previously in the Federal Register.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2004/04/26/04-9259/proposed-rule-to-exempt-organic-producers-from-assessment-by-research-and-promotion-programsFR-Doc-04-9259
Rules of Practice and Procedure Governing Proceedings Under Research, Promotion, and Education ProgramsRule02-1647707/02/2002DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThe Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is amending the Rules of Practice and Procedure Governing Proceedings under Research, Promotion, and Education Programs to make the heading … The Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is amending the Rules of Practice and Procedure Governing Proceedings under Research, Promotion, and Education Programs to make the headings for Part 1200 and its subparts more reflective of the programs covered by them; to delete inapplicable statutes from one subpart and to add three statutes to the other subpart; to redesignate subpart headings; to arrange the definitions in each subpart in alphabetical order; and to remove an incorrect citation. This rule also makes several minor and non-substantive changes for clarity and uniformity of style. These changes will make the rules of practice more accurate and easier to follow.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2002/07/02/02-16477/rules-of-practice-and-procedure-governing-proceedings-under-research-promotion-and-educationFR-Doc-02-16477
Rules of PracticeRule02-536803/11/2002DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREAgriculture DepartmentThe Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is amending the Rules of Practice Governing Proceedings on Petitions To Modify or To Be Exempted From Marketing Orders and the Rules of … The Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is amending the Rules of Practice Governing Proceedings on Petitions To Modify or To Be Exempted From Marketing Orders and the Rules of Practice Governing Proceedings on Petitions To Modify or To Be Exempted From Research, Promotion and Education Programs. AMS also is amending the Rules of Practice and Procedure Governing Proceedings To Formulate Marketing Agreements and Marketing Orders and the Rules of Practice and Procedure Governing Proceedings To Formulate and Amend an Order. This final rule amends the Rules of Practice Governing Proceedings on Petitions To Modify or To Be Exempted From Marketing Orders and the Rules of Practice Governing Proceedings on Petitions To Modify or To Be Exempted From Research, Promotion and Education Programs: To provide that transcripts and exhibits do not have to be kept on file in the Office of the Hearing Clerk during the active status of a proceeding; to provide that transcripts may be obtained at the cost of duplication; to provide that the date of filing an appeal petition is the date the appeal petition is filed with the Hearing Clerk; to eliminate the postmark as an effective date of filing documents or papers; to provide that when the time for filing a document or paper expires on a Saturday, the time allowed for filing the document or paper shall be extended to include the following business day; and to provide that the time for filing a motion to dismiss or an answer is within 30 days after the service of the petition. This rule also amends the Rules of Practice and Procedure Governing Proceedings To Formulate Marketing Agreements and Marketing Orders and the Rules of Practice and Procedure Governing Proceedings To Formulate and Amend an Order to provide that: Transcripts may be obtained at the cost of duplication; to eliminate the postmark as an effective date of filing documents or papers; to provide that when the time for filing a document or paper expires on a Saturday, the time allowed for filing the document or paper shall be extended to include the following business day. AMS also is making a number of minor and non-substantive changes for clarity and uniformity of style. These amendments are necessary in order to expedite proceedings and save the United States and those who participate in the proceedings time and money.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2002/03/11/02-5368/rules-of-practiceFR-Doc-02-5368
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