Nuts. Queensland macadamia nut exporters will benefit from the removal, over five years, of the existing 30% tariff on their product. The industry believes the Korean market, currently $3 million annually, has the potential to rival the much larger Japanese macadamia market.
Nuts. Unshelled nuts of the following kinds: American-grown peanuts, pecans, filberts and English or Persian walnuts; shelled American-grown peanuts, and such other products as are ordinarily stored in nut warehouses, subject to the disapproval of AMS. Nut Type. The generally known genetic varieties or types of nuts, as identified and determined by the licensed inspector. Open Storage Nuts. Those nuts stored in the warehouse belonging to others which are not warehouse receipted or company owned.
Nuts. Assorted Almonds and English Walnuts slivered, blanched, halves and pieces. (UOI is CS. CS= six (6)) The Procurement List Addition of the following below items is effective August 9, 2012 DePaul Industries 0000 X Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxx – Xxxx. X Xxxxxxxx, XX 00000 P.O.C. Xxxxx Xxxxxxx (000) 000-0000 Main Phone: (000) 000-0000 Fax: (000) 000-0000 Email #1: email@example.com #2: firstname.lastname@example.org STOCK NUMBER PRODUCT ($) PRICE FOB ORGIN 8925-01-E62-1749 Walnuts, English, Shelled, Halves & Pieces, (2.75lb bags) $123.42 8925-01-E62-1748 Walnuts, English, Shelled, Halves & Pieces, (2lb bags) $ 99.84 8925-01-E62-1747 Almonds, Shelled, Slivered, Blanched (2lb bags) $ 71.88 8925-01-E62-1746 Almonds, Shelled, Sliced, Blanched (2lb bags) $ 70.44 8925-01-E62-1745 Almonds, Shelled, Sliced, Natural (2lb bags) $ 70.44 * “Essentially the Same” Criteria The following is the criteria for determining whether the items are “essentially the same” when comparing AbilityOne mandatory products and commercial products. The AbilityOne product will be considered “essentially the same” when:
Nuts. Bolts Ltd shall have the right to terminate any order at any time in writing to the Buyer if: (i) the Buyer does not make any payment to Nuts & Bolts Ltd when it is due and the Buyer still does not make payment within 14 days of notice of such overdue payment by Nuts & Bolts Ltd; (ii) the Buyer does not, within a reasonable time of the Buyer requesting for it, provide Nuts & Bolts Ltd with information that is necessary for Nuts & Bolts Ltd to provide the Goods; (iii) the Buyer does not, within a reasonable time, allow Nuts & Bolts Ltd to deliver the Goods to the Buyer or collect them from Nuts & Bolts Ltd or allow Nuts & Bolts Ltd access to your premises to supply the Services; or (iv) Nuts & Bolts Ltd is unable to source the Goods from its suppliers. 9.5. If Nuts & Bolts Ltd terminates the Contract in accordance with clause 9.3, Nuts & Bolts Ltd shall refund any payment by the Buyer made in advance for Goods Nuts & Bolts Ltd has not provided.
Nuts elimination of tariffs over 7 years on cashews, macadamias, shelled pistachios and hazelnuts. For almonds, immediate 50% tariff reduction on in-quota exports. Fruit and vegetables - elimination of tariffs over 7 years for avocados, onions, cherries and berries. Reduction of tariffs over 7 years for apricots and strawberries. For oranges, mandarins and pears, immediate 50% tariff reduction for in-quota exports. Wine – tariff reductions over 10 years for bottles over import prices of US$5 and US$15 and guaranteed best market access by India in any future FTA.
Nuts. Two recent reviews synthesizing the studies that examined the association between nut consumption and T2DM concluded that nut intake is associated with important micronutrients that contribute to reducing the risk of coronary heart disease and should be considered to be included in the diets of those with T2DM.117,118 Although these reviews did not examine this in relation to prevention of T2DM, other studies did find that soy and nut consumption improved glycemic control and lipid profiles in postmenopausal women with metabolic syndrome, and almond consumption was associated with improvements in CVD risk factors in those with prediabetes.119,120 Meat/Fish. A higher white meat to red meat ratio is considered ideal by the AHEI, since white meat (fish, poultry) has been associated with lower rates of chronic disease and red meat (beef, pork, lamb), especially processed meat, has been associated with higher rates of chronic diseases.112 Processed meat is associated with T2DM development, 100,121 and a recent meta-analysis determined that meat intake was associated with a higher incidence of T2DM.122 The risk was highest with red meat and processed meat consumption.122 Grains/Cereal Fiber. Higher consumption of whole grains are associated with lower fasting glucose and insulin123 and a high consumption of cereal fiber is associated with decreased risk for T2DM.124,125 Furthermore, higher intakes of magnesium, which is found in whole grains, has also been associated with decreased incidence of diabetes.126 Fat. Dietary fat intake has been divided into two separate components in the AHEI; one reflects the percentage of energy from trans fatty acids and the other represents the ratio of polyunsaturated to saturated fat ratio. This percentage and ratio is supported by their individual contributions to coronary heart disease. 112,127,128 In relation to the association of these fats to diabetes, the results for both the role of saturated fatty acids and trans fatty acids is mixed.129-131 Some studies have found that trans fatty acids have no effect on risk for T2DM,132 while others have found a positive association.133 The AHEI was not designed solely for the examination of diet quality in relation to T2DM, so this component of fat serves a purpose in other diet-disease relationships, specifically cardiovascular disease. However, the association of dietary fat with T2DM is inconclusive and ongoing research will continue to clarify the relationship.