Residues and waste from the food industries;
prepared animal fodder
1.- Heading 23.09 includes products of a kind used in animal feeding, not elsewhere specified or included, obtained by processing vegetable or animal materials to such an extent that they have lost the essential characteristics of the original material, other than vegetable waste, vegetable residues and by‑products of such processing.
1.- For the purposes of subheading 2306.41, the expression “ low erucic acid rape or colza seeds ” means seeds as defined in Subheading Note 1 to Chapter 12.
This Chapter covers the various residues and wastes derived from vegetable materials used by food‑preparing industries, and also certain products of animal origin. The main use of most of these products is as animal feeding stuffs, either alone or mixed with other materials, although some of them are fit for human consumption. Certain products (e.g., wine lees, argol, oil‑cake) also have industrial uses.
References in this Chapter to “ pellets ” mean products which have been agglomerated either directly by compression or by the addition of a binder (molasses, starchy substances, etc.) in a proportion not exceeding 3 % by weight.