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TABLE V.-Grade compliance; cut and short cut

Grade B

Grade C

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Grade A

5.5
21

2.0
10

Acceptable quality level

(AQL). Absolute limit (AL).

Number of Number sample units of units

Total 1

Major

Severe

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10
11
12
14
15
17
18

2, 400
2, 600
2, 800
3,000
3, 200
3,400
3, 600
3,800
4,000
4, 200

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100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800

900
1,000
1, 100
1, 200
1,300
1,400
1,500
1, 600
1,700
1,800
1, 900
2,000
2, 100

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10
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89 96 103 109 116 123 130 137 143 150

14 15 15

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8.50

4.0

0. 25

12.5

7.5

3.0

0.40

15.0

10.0

5.0

0.50

10

5

2

16

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Acceptable quality

(AQL) 2Absolute limit (AL).

Number of sample Ounces of units

product

Total 1

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9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.

9
18
27
36
45
54
63
72
81
90
99
108
117
126
135
144
153
162
171
180
189

12 22 31 40 48 57 65 74 82 91 99 107 116 124 132 141 149 157 165 173 182

7 12 16 21 25 29 33 38 42 46 50 54 58 62 66 70 74 78 82 86 90

9 11 13 15 16 18 20 21 23 24 26 28 29 31 32 34 36 37

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17 30 43 56 68 81 93 105 118 130 142 154 166 178 190 202 214 226 238 250 260

11 20 28 36 43 51 58 66 73 81 88 96 103 110 118 125 132 140 147 154 161

20 36 51 66 81 96 101 125 140 154 169 183 197 212 226 240 254 269 283 297 311

39 42 45 48 51 54 57 60 63 66 69

14 25 36 46 56 66 76 86 96 105 115 125 135 144 154 164 173 183 193 202 212

14 20 25 30 36 41 46 51 56 61 66 71 76 81 86 91 96 101 105 110

10 11 11 12 13 14 14 15 16 17 17 18

8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 12

1 Total=minor+major+severe+critical. 2 Based on an estimated count of 10 per ounce.

LOT COMPLIANCE

be as specified in the sampling plans and

procedures in the “Regulations Govern$ 52.2329 Sample size.

ing Inspection of Processed Fruits and (a) General. The sample size to deter- Vegetables and Related Products" mine compliance with requirements for ($ 52.38) for Lot Inspection or on-line style and for prerequisites specified in Inspection, as applicable. $ 52.2327 and other quality factors, shall (b) Deviants. The acceptance num

bers for deviants specified in the sampling plans cited in paragraph (a) of this section apply only to the prerequisite factors specified for the grade in $ 52.2327. They do not apply to the quality factors covered by the sampling plans in $ 52.2328.

$ 52.2330 Lot acceptance for style.

(a) The number of deviants for the A lot of frozen beans is considered as

prerequisites specified for the applicable meeting the style requirements for cuts

grade in $ 52.2327 does not exceed the or short cuts, as applicable, if the de

acceptance number specified in the fects permitted and the AL values for

sampling plans in the “Regulations Govthe applicable defect classifications spec

erning Inspection of Processed Fruits ified in Tables II and III, as applicable,

and Vegetables and Related Products". are not exceeded.

(§ 52.38).

(b) The defects permitted and the AL § 52.2331 Lot acceptance for quality.

values for the applicable defect classifiA lot of frozen beans is considered as cations specified in Tables V, VI, and VII meeting the requirements for quality if: are not exceeded.

TALLY SHEET § 52.2332 Tally sheet for frozen green beans and frozen wax beans.

Defect tally sheet for frozen green beans and frozen war beans

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Subpart-United States Standards for sonably uniform in size, that are prac

tically free from defects, that possess a Grades of Dehydrated (Low-Mois

good texture, and that for those factors ture) Apples

which are scored in accordance with the SOURCE: $$ 52.2841 to 52.2352 appear at 20 scoring system outlined in this subpart FR. 8143, Oct. 29, 1956, unless otherwise the total score is not less than 85 points. noted.

(b) “U. S. Grade B” or “U. S. Choice" PRODUCT DESCRIPTION, STYLES, AND dehydrated apples is the quality of deGRADES

hydrated apples in which the moisture

content of the finished product is not $ 52.2341 Product description.

more than 3.5 percent by weight; that Dehydrated (low-moisture) apples, re- possess & normal flavor and odor, that ferred to in this subpart as “dehydrated possess a reasonably good color, that are apples," are prepared from clean and fairly uniform in size, that are reasonsound fresh or previously dried (or evap- ably free from defects, that possess & orated) apples from which the peels and reasonably good texture, and that for cores have been removed and which have those factors which are scored in acbeen cut into segments. The dried (or cordance with the scoring system outevaporated) apple segments may be cut lined in this subpart the total score is further into smaller segments in prepara- not less than 70 points. tion for dehydration whereby practically (c) “Substandard" dehydrated apples all of the moisture is removed to produce Is the quality of dehydrated apples that a very dry texture and are prepared to fail to meet the requirements of U. S. assure a clean, sound, wholesome prod- Grade B or U, S. Choice. uct. The sulphur dioxide content of the

FACTORS OF QUALITY finished product may not exceed 500 parts per million but no other additives § 52.2344 Ascertaining the grade. may be present.

In addition to considering other re$ 52.2342 Styles of dehydrated apples.

quirements outlined in the standards,

the following quality factors are evalu(a) Pie pieces. Pie pieces consist

ated: predominantly of parallel-cut, irregu

(a) Factors not rated by score points. larly shaped pieces, approximating 36

(1) Moisture content. inch or less in thickness and 34-inch or

(2) Flavor and odor. longer in their longest dimension.

(b) Factors rated by score points. (b) Flakes. Flakes consist predomi

The relative importance of each factor nantly of parallel-cut, irregularly

which is scored is expressed numerically shaped pieces, approximating 316-inch

on the scale of 100. The maximum numor less in thickness and loss than 34-inch

ber of points that may be given such in their longest dimension.

factors are: (c) Wedges. Wedges are fairly thick

Points sectors, approximating no more than (1) Color--

20 5-inch at their greatest thickness. (2) Uniformity of size.-

20 (d) Sauce pieces. Sauce pieces are (3) Absence of defects..

40 small popcorn-like units of varying

(4) Texture

20 shapes and sizes, not otherwise conform

Total score. ing to the style of flakes, and in which

100 practically all of the units when free- (c) The factors of flavor and odor, flowing will pass through 0.446-inch color, and texture are acertained both square openings. Sauce pieces of this upon the dehydrated apples and the style are considered "finely-cut" when cooked product as outlined in this subpractically all of the units will pass part. through %-inch square openings.

(d) “Normal flavor and odor” means $ 52.2343 Grades of dehydrated apples. that the dehydrated apples and the (a) “U. S. Grade A” or “U. S. Fancy"

cooked product possess a characteristic dehydrated apples is the quality of

flavor and odor that is free from objecdehydrated apples in which the mois- tionable flavors or objectionable odors ture content of the finished product is of any kind. A flavor and odor in the not more than 2.5 percent by weight; dehydrated apples indicative of proper that possess a normal flavor and odor, sulphur treatment is not considered that possess a good color, that are rea- objectionable.

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