TITLE 7--AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE PART 52--PROCESSED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, PROCESSED PRODUCTS THEREOF, AND CERTAIN OTHER PROCESSED FOOD PRODUCTS \1\--Table of Contents Subpart--United States Standards for Grades of Dates Sec. 52.1002 Styles of dates. (a) Whole or whole dates means whole unpitted dates from which the pits have not been removed and which may be slit longitudinally. (b) Pitted or pitted dates means whole dates from which the pits have been removed. [[Page 565]] (c) Pieces or date pieces means dates that have been cut or sliced into small pieces and that can be handled as individual units. (d) Macerated or macerated dates means dates that have been ground, chopped, mashed, or broken or that have been cut or sliced into small pieces and that cannot be handled as individual units.





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