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TABLE III-CANNED, FROZEN, OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED FRUITS, VEGETABLES, RELATED PRODUCTS, AND PRODUCTS THEREOT OF A COMMINUTED, FLUID, OR HOMOGENEOUS STATE

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Lot size (number of containers)

Any type of container 0. 12

5,400 or less - 5, 401-21, 600 21, 601-62, 400 62, 401-112, 000 112, 001-174, 000 174, 001–240,000 240, 001-360,000 360, 001-480,000

Over 480,000.

Any type of container over 12 3,600 or less.-3, 601-14, 400 14, 401-48, 000 48,001-96, 000 96,001-156,000 156, 001-228,000 228, 001-300,000 300,001-420,000

ounces but not over 60 ounces.

Over 420,000.

Any type of container over 60

ounces but not over 160 ounces.

1,800 or less

1, 801-8, 400

8, 401-18,000

18, 001-36,000

36, 001-60,000

60, 001-96, 000 96, 001-132, 000 132,001–168,000

Over 168,000.

200 or less.

201-800

801-1, 600

1, 601-3, 200

3, 201-8, 000

8,001-16,000

16, 001-24, 000

24, 001-32,000

Over 32,000.

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Container size

group

GROUP 1

ounces or less.

GROUP 2

GROUP 3

GROUP 4

GROUP 5

25 or less,

26-80

81-200

201-400

401-800

801-1, 200

1, 201-2,000

2,001-3, 200

Over 3,200.

Any type of container over 10

gallons or 100 pounds which-
ever is applicable.

20 or less

21-150

151-400

401-800

801-1, 200

1, 201-2,000

2,001-3, 200 Over 3,200.

Any type of container of a vol

ume equal to or exceeding
that of a 5-gallon container.

Sample size (number of sample

units). Acceptance number.

1 Ounces pertain to either fluid ounces of volume or avoirdupois ounces of net weight whichever is applicable for the product involved.

? For extension of the single sample sizes beyond 72 sample units, refer to table VI
of this section; for multiple sampling plans comparable to the various single sampling
plans refer to table VII of this section.

3 The sample units for the various container size groups are as follows: Groups 1, 2,
and 3-1 container and its entire contents. A smaller sample unit may be substituted
in group 3 at the inspector's discretion, Groups 4, 5, and 6-approximately 16
ounces of product. When determined by the inspector that a 16-ounce sample unit
is inadequate, a large 1 sample unit may be substituted.

TABLE IV--DEHYDRATED (LOW-MOISTURE) FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

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GROUP 2

GROUP 3

GROUP 4

GROUP 5

Single sampling plans 1

3 0

6 1

13 2

21 3

29 4

38 5

48 6

60 7

72 8

Any type of container of 1 pound

or less net weight.

1,800 or less. 1, 801-8, 400

8, 401-18, 000

18, 001-36, 000

36, 001-60,000

60. 001--96,000

96, 001-132.000 132, 001-168,000

Over 168,000.

900 or less

901-3, 600 3,601-10, 800

10, 801-18,000

18, 001-36, 000

36, 001-60, 000

60,001-84, 00084, 001-120,000

Over 120,000.

Any type of container over 1

pound but not over 6 pounds
net weight.

200 or less.

201-800

801-1, 600

1, 601-3, 200

3, 201-8.000

8. 001-16,000

16, 001-24,000

24,001-32,000

Over 32,000.

Any type of container over 6

pounds but not over 20 pounds
net weight.

48 or less.

49-400

401-1, 200

1, 201-2,000

2, 001-2, 800

2, 801-6,000

6, 001-9, 600

9, 601-15, 000 Over 15, 000.

Any type of container over 20

pounds but not over 100
pounds net weight

16 or less

17-80

81-200

201-400

401-800

Any type of container over 100

pounds net weight.

801-1, 200

1, 201-2,000

2,001-3, 200

Over 3,200.

Sample size (number of sample

units) 2 Acceptance number

1 For extension of the single sample sizes beyond 72 sample units, refer to table VI of this section; for multiple sampling plans comparable to the various single sampling plans refer to table VII of this section.

2 The sample units for the various container size groups are as follows: Group 1I container and its entire contents. Groups 2, 3, 4, and 5-1 container and its entire contents or a smaller sample unit when determined by the inspector to be adequate.

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GROUI 3

GROUP 4

GROUP 5

Single sampling plans 1

3

6

13

21

29

38

43

60

72

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1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

inns type of container of 1 pound

or less net weight.

9.100 or less. 12, 101, 100 12,101-24, 1:00

24,101-18,000

49.001-72,00

72,001 -108, 000 108, 0901-168,000 169, 001–240, ON)

Over 210,000)

1,800 or less.

1, 801-8, 400

8, 401-18,000

18,001-30,000

36, 001-60), 000

60, 001-96,000

96, 001-132,000 132, 001-168,000

Over 168,000.

Any type of container over 1

pound but not over 5 pounds
nel weight.

400 or less..

41-1,600

1, 601-4,800

4,801-9, 600

9, C01-18,000

18,001-36, 000

36, 001-54,000

34,001-84, 000

Over 84,100.

ily type of container over 5

pounds but less than 20 pounds
Of weighit.

100 or less.

101-600

601-1, 200

1, 201-2,000

2,001-2, 800

2, 801-8,000

6,001-9, 600

9, 601--15,000

Over 15,000.

Any !ype of container equil to

orxceeding 20 pounds but not Over 100 pounds net weight.

25 or less.

26-80

91-200

201-400

101-800

Any type o container over 100

pounds net weight.

S01-1, 200

1, 201-2,000

2,001-3, 200

Over 3,200.

Sample size (number of sample

units.) 2 3
Acceptance number.

i For extension of the single sample sizes beyond 72 sample units, refer to table VI
of this section; for multiple sampling plans comparable to the various single sampling
plans refer to table VII of thi'; section.

2 The sainple units for the various container size 'roups are as follows: Group 1-
container and its entire contents. Group 2-1 container and its entire contents or
smaller sample unit of 16 ounces of product or more when determined by the in-

spector to be adequate. Groups 3, 4, and approximately 16 ounces of product. Vhen determined by the inspector that a 16-ounce sample unit is inadequate. 2 larger sainple unit may be substituted.

3 In no case, shall the total of all the sample units selected yield less than 100 figs or 200 fig slices; 20 ounces of raisins; 25 ounces of dates :or 56 ounces or other dried fruit.

TABLE VI-SINGLE SAMPLING PLANS FOR USE IV INCREASING SAMPLE SIZE BEYOND 72 SAMPLE UNITS

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TABLE VII -MULTIPLE SAMPLING PLANS COMPARABLE TO THE INDICATED SINGLE SAMPLING PLANS

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Sample size, n.
Acceptance numbers, c..

84
9

96 10

108 11

120 12

132 13

144 14

156 15

Indicated single sampling plan:

Single sample size, n.

Acceptance numbers, c.

Cumulative sample sizes, ne, and acceptance numbers c, and rejection

numbers, r, for multiple sampling.

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! These multiple sampling plans may be used in lieu of the single sampling plans listed at the heading of each column. [22 F.R. 3535, May 22, 1957, as amended at 23 F.R. 5001, July 1, 1958]

$ 52.39 Issuance of certificate of sam- strumentality thereof, shall be at the pling.

rate of $10 per hour. Each inspector and each licensed (b) Unless otherwise provided in this sampler shall prepare and sign a cer- part, the respective fees for inspection tificate of sampling to cover the sam

services performed under this part on ples drawn by the respective person, oficially drawn samples shall be based except that an inspector who inspects on the applicable rates specified in this the samples which he has drawn need section plus the applicable charges for not prepare a certificate of sampling. such micro, chemical, and certain other One copy of each certificate of sampling

special analyses specified in $ 52.47 which prepared shall be retained by the in

may be requested by the applicant or spector or licensed sampler (as the case may be) and the original and all other

required by the inspector to determine copies thereof shall be disposed of in

the quality or condition of the processed accordance with the instructions of the

product. Administrator.

OFFICIALLY DRAWN SAMPLES § 52.40 Identification of lots sampled.

(1) For sampling, checkloading, condition

of container examination or for any related Each lot from which officially drawn services, or any combination thereof, insamples are selected shall be marked in

cluding travel time as provided for in such manner as may be prescribed by $ 52.51—$10 per hour. the Administrator, if such lots do not (2) For determining the quality and con. otherwise possess suitable identification.

dition of the processed product by examina

tion of the sample, the rate as listed in (1) FEES AND CHARGES

through (1x) of this subdivision (2) for the

applicable method of preservation: $ 52.41 Payment of fees and charges. (i) Canned or similarly processed fruits Fees and charges for any inspection

and vegetables, except canned pineapple and service shall be paid by the interested

canned pineapple juice packed and inspected

in Puerto Rico. party making the application for such service, in accordance with the appli- For each lot packed in containers of a cable provisions of the regulations in

volume not exceeding that of a this part, and, if so required by the per

No. 12 size can (603 x 812):

Minimum fee for 200 cases, or less.-- $10.00 son in charge of the office of inspection

For each additional 100 cases, or fracserving the area where the services are

tion thereof, but not in excess of to be performed, an advance of funds a total of 5,000 cases-

1. 00 prior to rendering inspection service in For each additional 100 cases, or fracan amount suitable to the Administrator, tion thereof, in excess of a total of or a surety bond suitable to the Admin- 5,000 cases.

0.75 istrator, may be required as a guarantee (ii) Canned pineapple and canned pineof payment for the services rendered. apple juice packed and inspected in Puerto All fees and charges for any inspection

Rico. service performed pursuant to the regu

For each case of 24 containers, or lations in this part shall be paid by

less

$0.015 check, draft, or money order payable to For each case of more than 24 conthe Consumer and Marketing Service and tainers

0.020 remitted to the office of inspection serv- Minimum fee per lot---

8. 00 ing the area in which the services are (iii) Frozen or similarly processed fruits performed, within ten (10) days from and vegetables. the date of billing, unless otherwise

(a) Frozen products other than cornspecified in a contract between the ap

on-the-cob: plicant and the Administrator, in which

For each lot of 5,000 pounds, or

less latter event the contract provisions shall

$15.00

For each additional 5,000 apply.

pounds, or fraction thereof, $ 52.42 Schedule of fees.

but not in excess of a total
of 100,000 pounds.---

2.50 (a) Unless otherwise provided in a

For

each additional 5,000 written agreement between the applicant

pounds, or fraction thereof,

in and the Administrator, the fee for any

of

total of 100,000 pounds--

2. 00 inspection service performed under the

(6) Frozen corn-on-the-cob: regulations in this part at the request of

For each lot of 1,000 dozen the United States, or any agency or in

ears, or less.

15. 00

excess

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