FOOD PRODUCTS MFG. OR PROCESSING — N.O.C.
This classification applies to the manufacture of food products that are not described by another Food Packaging and Processing Industry Group classification, including but not limited to candy, chocolate, cocoa, condiments and sauces, seasoning, barbecue sauce, breakfast cereals, energy and nutrition bars, food extracts, flavored cooking oil (not oil extraction or refining), food coloring, glucose, milk powder, peanut butter, frozen pizza, unbaked dough and pies, salad dressing, potato, fruit and pasta salads, bean cakes, bouillon cubes, burritos and enchiladas, pudding, edible cake decoration, food grade starch, syrup, tofu, yeast, chewing gum and fish food. This classification also includes but is not limited to coconut shredding; coffee bean cleaning, roasting and grinding; bean sorting; tea blending and packaging; flour mixing, sifting and packaging; baking powder mixing; spice milling; cake mix (dry ingredients) blending; flavored cooking oil processing; gelatin mixing, blending and grinding; honey processing; and egg dehydrating or freezing. This classification includes incidental packaging in containers, including but not limited to bottles, metal and paper cans, boxes and plastic containers.
Nut processing, including but not limited to hulling, shelling, cleaning, drying, sorting, roasting, flavoring, grinding and packaging shall be classified as 0096, Nut Hulling, Shelling or Processing.
The production or packaging of vitamins and dietary supplements shall be classified as 4831, Vitamin or Dietary Supplement Mfg.
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