7 CFR 30.44 - Class 9; foreign-grown types other than cigar leaf.

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§ 30.44 Class 9; foreign-grown types other than cigar leaf.

No group divisions are established for any of the types in Class 9. Type designations for class 9 are based on (a) utilization, (b) curing method, or both, with no reference to physical characteristics. For tobacco stocks reporting purposes, all foreign-grown tobacco other than cigar leaf shall be designated as follows:

(a)Type 91. Foreign grown tobacco commonly known a soriental or aromatic, used principally in blends of cigarette and pipe tobacco.

(b)Type 92. Foreign-grown flue-cured tobacco.

(c)Type 93. Foreign-cured burley tobacco.

(d)Type 95. Foreign-grown dark air-cured.

(e)Type 96. Foreign-grown fire-cured.

(f)Type 99. Other Foreign-grown cigarette and dark tobacco.

[ 39 FR 5300, Feb. 12, 1979, as amended at 56 FR 25614, June 5, 1991]

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