Factors Affecting Revenue Generation and Profitability

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PART IX - SPICE AND SALT

106.Prohibition to sell sub-standard spice
(1)No person shall import, process, store, expose for sale or sell any spice which does not comply with the standard specified in paragraph (2).

(2)(a)Spice shall be the sound leaves, flowers, buds, fruits, seeds, barks or rhizomes of plants that are suitable for use as condiments for imparting any flavour or aroma to food;

(b)Aniseed shall be the dried, ripe fruit of the plant Pimpinella anisum;

(c)Bay leaves shall be the dried leaves of the plant Laurus nobilis;

(d)(i)Cardamom shall be the dried, ripe or almost ripe fruit of the
plant Elettaria cardamomum;

(ii)Cardamom powder shall be the powder obtained by grinding the seeds of the dried, ripe fruits of the plant Elettaria cardamomum;

(e)(i) Chilli shall be the fruit or pod of the plant Capsicum annum;

(ii)Chilli powder shall be the powder obtained by grinding the
clean dried ripe chilli fruit of the plant Capsicum annum;

(f)(i)Cinnamon shall be the dried bark of the plant Cinnamomum
cassia;

(ii)Cinnamon powder shall be the powder obtained by
grinding the clear dried bark of the plant Cinnamomum cassia;

(g)(i)Clove shall be the dried flower bud of the plant Caryophyllus aromaticus;

ii) Clove powder shall be the powder obtained by grinding the dried flower bud of the plant Caryophyllus aromaticus;

(h)(i)Coriander shall be the dried fruit of the plant Coriandrum satirum;

ii) Coriander leaves shall be the leaves of the plant Coriandrum satirum;

iii) Coriander powder shall be the powder obtained by grinding the clean, dried fruits of the plant Coriandrum satirum;

(i)(i)Cumin seeds shall be the dried fruit of the plant Cuminum
cyminum;

ii) Cumin powder shall be the powder obtained by grinding the clean dried fruit of the plant Cuminum cyminum;

(j)(i)Fennel shall be the dried ripe fruit of the plant Foeniculum
vulgare;

(ii)Fennel powder shall be the powder obtained by grinding the clean
dried ripe fruit of the plant Foeniculum vulgare;
(k)(i)Ginger shall be the rhizome of the plant Zingiber officinale;

(ii)Ginger powder shall be the powder obtained by grinding the
clean, dried rhizome of the plant Zingiber officinale;

(l)(i)Mace shall be the dried coat or arillus of the seed of the plant
Myristica fragrans;

ii) Mace powder shall be the powder obtained by grinding the
dried coat or arillus of the seed of the plant Myristica fragrans;

(m)(i)Mustard Seed shall be the dried seeds of various species of
the plant Brassica;

ii) Mustard powder shall be the powder obtained by grinding the dried seeds of various species of the plant Brassica;

(n)(i)Nutmeg shall be the dried seed of the plant Myristica fragrans;

(ii) Nutmeg powder shall be the powder obtained by grinding
the dried nutmeg seed of the plant Myristica fragrans;

(o)Paprika shall be the dried ripe fruit of Capsicum annum;

(p)(i)Black Pepper shall be the dried mature berry of the plant
Piper nigrum;

(ii)Black pepper powder shall be the powder obtained
by grinding the clean dried berry of the plant Piper nigrum;

(q)White Pepper shall be the dried mature berry of the plant Piper
nigrum;

(r)Saffron shall be the dried stigma of the flower of the plant Crocus satirus;

(s)Sage shall be the dried leaf of the plant Salvia officinalis;

(t)Star Aniseed shall be the dried ripe fruit of the plant Illicum verum;

(u)Thyme shall be the fresh or dried leaves and flowering tips of
the plant Thymus vulgaris;

(v)(i)Turmeric...
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