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Export Schedule-2,Table-B, Chapter-4, Dairy produce birds eggs natural honey edible products of animal origin.


With immediate effect the following new entry may be inserted after entry at Sl.No.33 in Table B under Schedule 2 of ITC (HS) : -

Reference By : DGFT NOTIFICATION NO. 45 (RE-2006)/2004-2009, Dated: 9th February, 2007

Chapter 4 : Dairy produce; bird's eggs; natural honey; edible products of animal origin, not elsewhere specified or included

Note 1 The expression “milk” means full cream milk of partially or completely skimmed milk

Sl. No Tariff Item HS Code Unit Item Description Export Policy Nature of Restriction
33A 0402 Kg. Milk and Cream, concentrated or containing added sugar or other sweetening matter. . .
. 0402 10 Kg. In powder, granules or other solid forms, of a fat content, by weight not exceeding 1.5%.: . .
. 0402 10 10 Kg. Skimmed Milk Prohibited Not permitted to be exported.
. 0402 10 20 Kg. Milk food for babies Prohibited Not permitted to be exported.
33A 04090000

(This  HS Code  Ref. by DGFT NOTIFICATION No 66/2008, Dated : 01-12-2008 )
Kg. Natural Honey Free Export of honey to USA shall be
allowed subject to the following
conditions:

1. Honey exported shall be ‘wholly obtained’
Indian origin honey only, and;

2. No blending of Indian honey shall be permitted
with honey originating from any other country.”

Export Licensing Note

$ Note 1 A consignment/ lot is considered to be undersized if it contains specified species any piece of which has a weight less than that indicated against the species or has been processed out of or obtained from individual pieces of the species weighing less than the minimum weight indicated against the species.

Note 2 “as tail” means without head.

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