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Nectarines and Fresh Peaches Grown in California; Termination of Marketing Order 916 and the Peach Provisions of Marketing Order 917Rule2011-2728610/27/2011Agriculture DepartmentThis final rule terminates the Federal marketing orders regulating the handling of nectarines and fresh peaches grown in California (orders) and the rules and regulations issued thereunder. The Department of Agriculture (USDA) has de … This final rule terminates the Federal marketing orders regulating the handling of nectarines and fresh peaches grown in California (orders) and the rules and regulations issued thereunder. The Department of Agriculture (USDA) has determined that these marketing orders are no longer an effective marketing tool for the handling of nectarines and fresh peaches grown in California and that termination best serves the current needs of the industry while also eliminating the costs associated with the operation of the marketing orders.nectarines-and-fresh-peaches-grown-in-california-termination-of-marketing-order-916-and-the-peachFR-Doc-2011-27286
Nectarines and Peaches Grown in California; Suspension of Handling RequirementsRule2011-1839607/21/2011Agriculture DepartmentThe Department of Agriculture (USDA) is adopting, as a final rule, without change, an interim rule that suspended the quality, inspection, reporting, and assessment requirements specified under the California nectarine and peach market … The Department of Agriculture (USDA) is adopting, as a final rule, without change, an interim rule that suspended the quality, inspection, reporting, and assessment requirements specified under the California nectarine and peach marketing orders (orders). The interim rule suspended the handling regulations for the 2011 and subsequent marketing seasons relieving handlers of all regulatory burdens under the orders while USDA processes the terminations of the orders.nectarines-and-peaches-grown-in-california-suspension-of-handling-requirementsFR-Doc-2011-18396
Nectarines and Fresh Peaches Grown in California; Termination of Marketing Order 916 and the Peach Provisions of Marketing Order 917Proposed Rule2011-1349806/02/2011Agriculture DepartmentThis rule invites comments on the proposed termination of the Federal marketing orders regulating the handling of nectarines and fresh peaches grown in California (orders) and the rules and regulations issued thereunder. This act … This rule invites comments on the proposed termination of the Federal marketing orders regulating the handling of nectarines and fresh peaches grown in California (orders) and the rules and regulations issued thereunder. This action is based upon a decision by the Department of Agriculture (USDA) following referenda conducted among industry growers. As provided under the orders, USDA considers order termination if fewer than two-thirds of growers participating in regularly scheduled continuance referenda, by number and production volume, support continuance. In 2011 referenda, growers failed to support continuance of the orders and their programs in sufficient numbers and USDA now proposes to terminate the orders.nectarines-and-fresh-peaches-grown-in-california-termination-of-marketing-order-916-and-the-peachFR-Doc-2011-13498
Nectarines and Peaches Grown in California; Suspension of Handling RequirementsRule2011-932804/18/2011Agriculture DepartmentThis rule suspends the quality, inspection, reporting, and assessment requirements specified under the California nectarine and peach marketing orders (orders). The orders regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in Califo … This rule suspends the quality, inspection, reporting, and assessment requirements specified under the California nectarine and peach marketing orders (orders). The orders regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California. During recent referenda, less than the required two-thirds majority of growers, by number and production volume, favored continuation of the orders. After consideration of the referendum results and other factors, the Department of Agriculture (USDA) has decided to seek termination of the orders. Suspension of the handling regulations for the 2011 and subsequent marketing seasons will relieve handlers of all regulatory burden under the orders while USDA processes the terminations. Termination of the orders must be delayed until after a 60-day Congressional notification period following issuance of a proposed rule, which will be published in a future issue of the Federal Register.nectarines-and-peaches-grown-in-california-suspension-of-handling-requirementsFR-Doc-2011-9328
Nectarines, Pears, and Peaches Grown in California; Continuance ReferendaProposed Rule2010-3120112/13/2010Agriculture DepartmentThis document directs that referenda be conducted among eligible California nectarine, pear, and peach growers to determine whether they favor continuance of the marketing orders regulating the handling of nectarines, pears, a … This document directs that referenda be conducted among eligible California nectarine, pear, and peach growers to determine whether they favor continuance of the marketing orders regulating the handling of nectarines, pears, and peaches grown in California.nectarines-pears-and-peaches-grown-in-california-continuance-referendaFR-Doc-2010-31201
Nectarines and Peaches Grown in California; Changes in Handling Requirements for Fresh Nectarines and PeachesRule2010-1634207/06/2010Agriculture DepartmentThe Department of Agriculture (USDA) is adopting, as a final rule, without change, an interim rule that changed the handling requirements applicable to well matured fruit covered under the nectarine and peach marketing orders (orders … The Department of Agriculture (USDA) is adopting, as a final rule, without change, an interim rule that changed the handling requirements applicable to well matured fruit covered under the nectarine and peach marketing orders (orders). The interim rule updated the lists of commercially significant varieties subject to size regulations under the orders. The interim rule was necessary to revise the regulations for the current marketing season, which began in April.nectarines-and-peaches-grown-in-california-changes-in-handling-requirements-for-fresh-nectarines-andFR-Doc-2010-16342
Nectarines and Peaches Grown in California; Increased Assessment RatesRule2010-1333306/03/2010Agriculture DepartmentThis rule increases the assessment rates established for the Nectarine Administrative Committee and the Peach Commodity Committee (Committees) for the 2010-11 and subsequent fiscal periods from $0.0175 to $0.0280 per 25-pound con … This rule increases the assessment rates established for the Nectarine Administrative Committee and the Peach Commodity Committee (Committees) for the 2010-11 and subsequent fiscal periods from $0.0175 to $0.0280 per 25-pound container or container equivalent of nectarines handled, and from $0.0025 to $0.026 per 25-pound container or container equivalent of peaches handled. The Committees locally administer the marketing orders which regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California. Assessments upon nectarine and peach handlers are used by the Committees to fund reasonable and necessary expenses of the programs. The fiscal periods run from March 1 through the last day of February. The assessment rates will remain in effect indefinitely unless modified, suspended, or terminated.nectarines-and-peaches-grown-in-california-increased-assessment-ratesFR-Doc-2010-13333
Nectarines and Peaches Grown in California; Changes in Handling Requirements for Fresh Nectarines and PeachesRule2010-756904/05/2010Agriculture DepartmentThis rule changes the handling requirements applicable to well matured fruit covered under the nectarine and peach marketing orders (orders). The orders regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California and are admi … This rule changes the handling requirements applicable to well matured fruit covered under the nectarine and peach marketing orders (orders). The orders regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California and are administered locally by the Nectarine Administrative and Peach Commodity Committees (committees). This rule updates the variety-specific size requirements to reflect changes in commercially significant varieties. This will enable handlers to continue to ship fresh nectarines and peaches in a manner that meets consumer needs, increases returns to producers and handlers, and reflects current industry practices.nectarines-and-peaches-grown-in-california-changes-in-handling-requirements-for-fresh-nectarines-andFR-Doc-2010-7569
Nectarines and Peaches Grown in California; Increased Assessment RatesProposed Rule2010-756804/05/2010Agriculture DepartmentThis rule would increase the assessment rates established for the Nectarine Administrative Committee and the Peach Commodity Committee (Committees) for the 2009-10 and subsequent fiscal periods from $0.0175 to $0.0280 per 25-pound con … This rule would increase the assessment rates established for the Nectarine Administrative Committee and the Peach Commodity Committee (Committees) for the 2009-10 and subsequent fiscal periods from $0.0175 to $0.0280 per 25-pound container or container equivalent of nectarines handled, and from $0.0025 to $0.026 per 25-pound container or container equivalent of peaches handled. The Committees locally administer the marketing orders which regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California. Assessments upon nectarine and peach handlers are used by the Committees to fund reasonable and necessary expenses of the programs. The fiscal periods run from March 1 through the last day of February. The assessment rates would remain in effect indefinitely unless modified, suspended, or terminated.nectarines-and-peaches-grown-in-california-increased-assessment-ratesFR-Doc-2010-7568
Nectarines and Peaches Grown in California; Decreased Assessment RatesRuleE9-2315209/25/2009Agriculture DepartmentThe Department of Agriculture (USDA) is adopting, as a final rule, without change, an interim final rule that decreased the assessment rates established for the Nectarine Administrative Committee and the Peach Commodity Committee (Comm … The Department of Agriculture (USDA) is adopting, as a final rule, without change, an interim final rule that decreased the assessment rates established for the Nectarine Administrative Committee and the Peach Commodity Committee (Committees) for the 2009-10 and subsequent fiscal periods. The Nectarine Administrative Committee (NAC) program decreased its assessment rate from $0.06 to $0.0175 per 25- pound container or container equivalent of nectarines handled. The Peach Commodity Committee (PCC) program decreased its assessment rate from $0.06 to $0.0025 per 25-pound container or container equivalent of peaches handled. The Committees locally administer the marketing orders for nectarines and peaches grown in California (order). The interim final rule was necessary to align the Committees' expected revenue with decreases in its proposed budget for the 2009-10 fiscal period, which began March 1, 2009.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2009/09/25/E9-23152/nectarines-and-peaches-grown-in-california-decreased-assessment-ratesFR-Doc-E9-23152
Nectarines and Peaches Grown in California; Changes in Handling Requirements for Fresh Nectarines and PeachesRuleE9-1809907/29/2009Agriculture DepartmentThe Department of Agriculture (USDA) is adopting, as a final rule, without change, an interim final rule that changed the handling requirements applicable to well matured fruit covered under the nectarine and peach marketing orders (o … The Department of Agriculture (USDA) is adopting, as a final rule, without change, an interim final rule that changed the handling requirements applicable to well matured fruit covered under the nectarine and peach marketing orders (orders). The interim final rule updated the lists of commercially significant varieties subject to size regulations under the orders. The interim final rule was necessary to revise the regulations for the current marketing season, which began in April.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2009/07/29/E9-18099/nectarines-and-peaches-grown-in-california-changes-in-handling-requirements-for-fresh-nectarines-andFR-Doc-E9-18099
Nectarines and Peaches Grown in California; Decreased Assessment RatesRuleE9-1428006/18/2009Agriculture DepartmentThis rule decreases the assessment rates established for the Nectarine Administrative Committee and the Peach Commodity Committee (Committees) for the 2009-10 and subsequent fiscal periods. The Nectarine Administrative Committee (NAC … This rule decreases the assessment rates established for the Nectarine Administrative Committee and the Peach Commodity Committee (Committees) for the 2009-10 and subsequent fiscal periods. The Nectarine Administrative Committee (NAC) program decreased its assessment rate from $0.06 to $0.0175 per 25-pound container or container equivalent of nectarines handled. The Peach Commodity Committee (PCC) program decreased its assessment rate from $0.06 to $0.0025 per 25-pound container or container equivalent of peaches handled. The Committees locally administer the marketing orders which regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California. Assessments upon nectarine and peach handlers are used by the Committees to fund reasonable and necessary expenses of the programs. The fiscal periods run from March 1 through the last day of February. The assessment rates will remain in effect indefinitely unless modified, suspended, or terminated.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2009/06/18/E9-14280/nectarines-and-peaches-grown-in-california-decreased-assessment-ratesFR-Doc-E9-14280
Nectarines and Peaches Grown in California; Changes in Handling Requirements for Fresh Nectarines and PeachesRuleE9-358502/20/2009Agriculture DepartmentThis rule changes the handling requirements applicable to well matured fruit covered under the nectarine and peach marketing orders (orders). The orders regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California and are admi … This rule changes the handling requirements applicable to well matured fruit covered under the nectarine and peach marketing orders (orders). The orders regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California and are administered locally by the Nectarine Administrative and Peach Commodity Committees (committees). This rule updates the variety-specific size requirements to reflect changes in commercially significant varieties. This will enable handlers to continue to ship fresh nectarines and peaches in a manner that meets consumer needs, increases returns to producers and handlers, and reflects current industry practices.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2009/02/20/E9-3585/nectarines-and-peaches-grown-in-california-changes-in-handling-requirements-for-fresh-nectarines-andFR-Doc-E9-3585
Nectarines and Peaches Grown in California; Changes in Handling Requirements for Fresh Nectarines and PeachesRuleE8-1695607/24/2008Agriculture DepartmentThe Department of Agriculture is adopting, as a final rule, with a change, an interim final rule changing the handling requirements applicable to well matured fruit covered under the nectarine and peach marketing orders (orders). The … The Department of Agriculture is adopting, as a final rule, with a change, an interim final rule changing the handling requirements applicable to well matured fruit covered under the nectarine and peach marketing orders (orders). The orders regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California and are administered locally by the Nectarine Administrative and Peach Commodity Committees (committees). This rule continues in effect the action that updated the variety-specific size requirements to reflect changes in commercially significant varieties. This will enable handlers to continue to ship fresh nectarines and peaches in a manner that meets consumer needs, increases returns to producers and handlers, and reflects current industry practices.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2008/07/24/E8-16956/nectarines-and-peaches-grown-in-california-changes-in-handling-requirements-for-fresh-nectarines-andFR-Doc-E8-16956
Nectarines and Peaches Grown in California; Changes in Handling Requirements for Fresh Nectarines and PeachesRuleE8-535703/18/2008Agriculture DepartmentThis rule changes the handling requirements applicable to well matured fruit covered under the nectarine and peach marketing orders (orders). The orders regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California and are admi … This rule changes the handling requirements applicable to well matured fruit covered under the nectarine and peach marketing orders (orders). The orders regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California and are administered locally by the Nectarine Administrative and Peach Commodity Committees (committees). This rule updates the variety-specific size requirements to reflect changes in commercially significant varieties. This will enable handlers to continue to ship fresh nectarines and peaches in a manner that meets consumer needs, increases returns to producers and handlers, and reflects current industry practices.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2008/03/18/E8-5357/nectarines-and-peaches-grown-in-california-changes-in-handling-requirements-for-fresh-nectarines-andFR-Doc-E8-5357
Nectarines and Peaches Grown in California; Revision of Handling Requirements for Fresh Nectarines and PeachesRule07-416108/28/2007Agriculture DepartmentThe Department of Agriculture (USDA) is adopting, as a final rule, without change, an interim final rule eliminating grade, size, maturity, pack, container and inspection requirements for all California nectarines and peaches exc … The Department of Agriculture (USDA) is adopting, as a final rule, without change, an interim final rule eliminating grade, size, maturity, pack, container and inspection requirements for all California nectarines and peaches except those packed in containers labeled ``California Well Matured'' or ``CA WELL MAT.'' This rule also continues in effect seasonal adjustments to the handling requirements applicable to well matured fruit and the removal of certain handler reporting requirements that are deemed no longer necessary. The marketing orders regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California and are administered locally by the Nectarine Administrative and Peach Commodity Committees (committees). This rule reduces handler costs while enabling handlers to continue to meet the demands of their buyers.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2007/08/28/07-4161/nectarines-and-peaches-grown-in-california-revision-of-handling-requirements-for-fresh-nectarinesFR-Doc-07-4161
Nectarines and Peaches Grown in California; Decreased Assessment RatesRuleE7-1539308/09/2007Agriculture DepartmentThis rule decreases the assessment rates established for the Nectarine Administrative Committee and the Peach Commodity Committee (committees) for the 2007-08 and subsequent fiscal periods from $0.21 to $0.06 per 25-pound container or … This rule decreases the assessment rates established for the Nectarine Administrative Committee and the Peach Commodity Committee (committees) for the 2007-08 and subsequent fiscal periods from $0.21 to $0.06 per 25-pound container or container equivalent of nectarines and peaches handled. The committees locally administer the marketing orders that regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California. Assessments upon nectarine and peach handlers are used by the committees to fund reasonable and necessary expenses of the programs. The fiscal period runs from March 1 through the last day of February. The assessment rates will remain in effect indefinitely unless modified, suspended, or terminated.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2007/08/09/E7-15393/nectarines-and-peaches-grown-in-california-decreased-assessment-ratesFR-Doc-E7-15393
Nectarines and Peaches Grown in California; Decreased Assessment RatesProposed RuleE7-1182206/20/2007Agriculture DepartmentThis rule would decrease the assessment rates established for the Nectarine Administrative Committee and the Peach Commodity Committee (committees) for the 2007-08 and subsequent fiscal periods from $0.21 to $0.06 per 25-pound con … This rule would decrease the assessment rates established for the Nectarine Administrative Committee and the Peach Commodity Committee (committees) for the 2007-08 and subsequent fiscal periods from $0.21 to $0.06 per 25-pound container or container equivalent of nectarines and peaches handled. The committees locally administer the marketing orders that regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California. Assessments upon nectarine and peach handlers are used by the committees to fund reasonable and necessary expenses of the programs. The fiscal period runs from March 1 through the last day of February. The assessment rates would remain in effect indefinitely unless modified, suspended, or terminated.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2007/06/20/E7-11822/nectarines-and-peaches-grown-in-california-decreased-assessment-ratesFR-Doc-E7-11822
Late Payment and Interest Charges on Past Due Assessments Under the Nectarine and Peach Marketing OrdersRuleE7-863005/08/2007Agriculture DepartmentThis rule revises requirements concerning the collection of assessments owed under the nectarine and peach marketing orders. The marketing orders regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California and are administ … This rule revises requirements concerning the collection of assessments owed under the nectarine and peach marketing orders. The marketing orders regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California and are administered locally by the Nectarine Administrative Committee and the Peach Commodity Committee (committees). This rule implements authorities contained in the marketing orders to allow the committees to apply late payment and interest charges on past due assessments owed the committees by handlers.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2007/05/08/E7-8630/late-payment-and-interest-charges-on-past-due-assessments-under-the-nectarine-and-peach-marketingFR-Doc-E7-8630
Nectarines and Peaches Grown in California; Revision of Handling Requirements for Fresh Nectarines and PeachesRule07-186704/16/2007Agriculture DepartmentThis rule eliminates grade, size, maturity, pack, container and inspection requirements for all California nectarines and peaches except those packed in containers labeled ``California Well Matured'' or ``CA WELL MAT''. This rule … This rule eliminates grade, size, maturity, pack, container and inspection requirements for all California nectarines and peaches except those packed in containers labeled ``California Well Matured'' or ``CA WELL MAT''. This rule also makes seasonal adjustments to the handling requirements applicable to well matured fruit. Finally, this rule removes certain handler reporting requirements that are deemed no longer necessary. The marketing orders regulate the handling of nectarines and peaches grown in California and are administered locally by the Nectarine Administrative and Peach Commodity Committees (committees). This rule should reduce handler costs while enabling handlers to continue to meet the demands of their buyers.https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2007/04/16/07-1867/nectarines-and-peaches-grown-in-california-revision-of-handling-requirements-for-fresh-nectarinesFR-Doc-07-1867
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