Substantially definition

Substantially means over 51% from American products.” Therefore, over 51 percent of the final processed product (by weight or volume) must consist of agricultural commodities that were grown domestically. Thus, for foods that are unprocessed, agricultural commodities must be domestic, and for foods that are processed, they must be processed domestically using domestic agricultural food components that are comprised of over 51 percent domestically grown items, by weight or volume as determined by the SFA. For the purpose of the Awarded Contract the requirement means that applicable goods and services procured on behalf of or by SFAs for use in the Child Nutrition Programs using nonprofit food service account funds, the product’s food component is considered the agricultural commodity. FNS defines food component as one of the food groups, which comprises reimbursable meals. The food components are meats/meat alternates, grains, vegetables, fruits, and fluid milk. Refer to 7 CFR 210.2 for full definitions. Any product processed by a winning vendor must contain over 51 percent of the product’s food component, by weight or volume, from U.S. origin. This definition of domestic product serves both the needs of schools and American agriculture. Products from Guam, American Samoa, Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and the Northern Mariana Islands are considered domestic products under this provision as these products are from the territories of the U.S. The Offeror by signing the Offeror’s Proposal is certifying meals sold through the SFA’s nutrition program are prepared and processed in the U.S. and contains over 51 percent of its agricultural food component, by weight or volume, from the U.S. If requested by the SFA, state, or federal government, the Selected FSMC will supply evidence supporting compliance with the Buy American provision. Additional clarification regarding the Buy American Provision can be found in USDA Memo Compliance with and Enforcement of the Buy American Provision in the National School Lunch Program SP 38-2017 dated 06/30/17. In the event a domestic product is not available, the Selected FSMC must; Requests consideration from SFA (written documentation require) on the use of domestic alternative foods before approving an exception.Document the use of a non-domestic food exception when competition reveals the cost of domestic is significantly higher than non-domestic food.Document the use of a non-domestic alternative food due to the domestic food not produced...
Substantially means any violation that affects the health, safety, and welfare of the
Substantially means more than 25%.

Examples of Substantially in a sentence

  • Substantially the whole of the activities of the Company shall be directed to the furtherance of its objects and not for the specific benefit of an individual member or minority group.

  • Substantially Limited.The impairment must substantially limit the major life activity, which means the student is restricted as to the condition, manner or duration under which the student can perform the major life activity as compared to the condition, or manner or duration under which a student of the same age/grade in the general population could perform the same major life activity.

  • Substantially the whole, being a considerable majority of the Company funding, must be derived from its annual or other long-term members.

  • Substantially all of our cash equivalents and investments reside in a custodial account held by a third party, in which SVB Asset Management is the advisor.

  • The offers which are declared as Responsive and Substantially Responsive will be considered as equivalent for the onward proceedings of tender.

More Definitions of Substantially

Substantially means that over 51% of the final processed product consists of agricultural commodities that were grown domestically. These provisions apply to all funds in the food service account and not just federal reimbursements.
Substantially means the final processed product contains over 51% domestically grown agricultural commodities. This provision applies to all food purchases paid from the nonprofit school food services account. There are limited exceptions to this provision which allow for the purchase of products not meeting the “domestic” standard as described above (“non-domestic”) in circumstances when use of domestic products is truly not practicable. However, before utilizing an exception, alternatives to purchasing non-domestic food products should be considered. Exceptions to the Buy American provision should be used as a last resort; however, an alternative or exception may be approved upon request. Exceptions include: (1) The product is not produced or manufactured in the U.S. in sufficient and reasonable available quantities of a satisfactory quality, or (2) competitive bids reveal the costs of a U.S. product are significantly higher than the non-domestic product. To be considered for the alternative or exception, the request must be submitted in writing to a designated official, a minimum of 14 days in advance of delivery. The request must include: (1) the alternative substitutes that are domestic and meet the required specifications, with price of the domestic food alternative substitute and the availability of the domestic alternative substitute in relation to quantity ordered, and (2) the reason for exception, whether limited/lack of availability or price. If price, include the price of the domestic food product and the price of the non-domestic product that meets the required specifications of the domestic product;
Substantially means “without material qualification.”
Substantially means over 51% from American products.” Therefore, over 51% of the final processed product (by weight or volume) must consist of agricultural commodities that were grown domestically.
Substantially means engaged at a particular job for more than 50% of the time during any one week.
Substantially means any violation, which affects the health, safety, and
Substantially means that the majority or a substantial portion of the leave was taken in this period. For example, an individual who went on maternity leave in June 2013 and returned in January 2014, or an individual who goes on maternity leave in October 2020 due to return during 2021, would not be considered to have taken maternity leave substantially within the REF period. Given that periods of such leave vary, a more precise definition cannot be given, and institutions will need to exercise their judgement.