Note: 1. The maximum moisture must not exceed 120 g/kg
Note: 2. The label must include guarantees for protein (min), moisture (max), fibre (max) and fibre (min) and (max) for high fibre products
16.1 Dried apple pomace is the sound, dried residue obtained by the removal of cider from apples.
16.2 Bagasse is that portion of the stalk of sugar cane, after removal of leaves and tops, remaining after extraction of the juice.
16.3 Dried bakery product is a mixture of bread, cookies, cake, crackers, flours, and dough which has been mechanically separated from non-edible material, artificially dried and ground. If the product contains more than 35 g/kg salt, the maximum level of salt must be a part of the name; i.e., Dried bakery product with –g/kg Salt.
16.4 Dried beans are the residue of the normal packaging and processing of dried beans for human consumption. This residue shall consist of the broken, small, shriveled, and cull -beans. They shall be identified by variety. Where further processing, such as grinding, roasting, etc., has occurred, ground, roasted, or other acceptable description may be part of the name, i.e., ground roasted -dried beans.
16.5 Beet molasses, dried product, is the properly dried mixture of beet molasses and dried beet pulp containing not less than 450 g/kg total sugar expressed as invert.
16.6 Beet pulp, dried, plain, is the dried residue from sugar beets which has been cleaned and freed from crowns, leaves, and sand, and which has been extracted in the process of manufacturing sugar.
16.7 Cereal food fines consists of particles of breakfast cereals obtained as a byproduct of their processing.
16.8 Ground grass is obtained by drying and grinding grass. If a specie’s name is used, the produce must correspond thereto.
16.9 Guar meal is obtained from whole guar beans after removal of most of the endosperm. If the product is heat treated, it may be designated as "heat treated" or "toasted".
16.10 Dried kelp is dried seaweed of the families Lanlinariacae and Fucaeae. The maximum salt (NaCI) and the minimum potassium (K) must be declared. If the kelp is sold as a source of iodine (I), the minimum quantity of iodine must be declared. If the product is prepared by artificial drying, it may be called "Dehydrated kelp."
16.11 Dried potato products is the dried residue of potato pieces, peeling, culls, etc., obtained from the manufacture of processed potato products for human consumption. The residue may contain up to 30 g/kg hydrate of lime which may be added to aid in processing.
16.12 Ground straw is the ground product remaining after separation of the seed from mature forage plants. The source of the material shall constitute a part of the name of the product; i.e., "Ground wheat straw", "Ground lucerne straw" .
16.13 Sugar foods byproduct is the product resulting from the grinding and mixing of the inedible portions derived from the preparation and packaging of sugar based food products such as candy, dry packaged drinks, dried gelatin mixes, and similar food products which are largely sugar. It shall contain not less than 800 g/kg total sugar expressed as invert. It shall be free from foreign materials harmful to animals.
16.14 Dried tomato pomace is the dried mixture of tomato skins, pulp, and crushed seeds. If the pomace contains spices used in the production of the tomato product, this must be shown in the name as "Dried spiced tomato pomace."
16.15 Yeast dried grains is the properly dried residue from the mixture of cereals, malt, and malt sprouts (sometimes cottonseed meal) obtained in the manufacture of yeast or vinegar, and consists of maize and rye from which most of the starch has been extracted, together with malt added during the, manufacturing process to change the starch to sugar, and malt sprouts (sometimes cottonseed meal) added during the manufacturing process to aid in filtering the residue from the wort and to serve as a source of food supply for the yeast- " If residue is from manufacture of vinegar, may also be listed as "Vinegar dried grains."
16.16 Salts or volatile fatty acids is a blend containing the ammonium or calcium salt of isobutyric acid and the ammonium or calcium salts of a mixture of 5-carbon acids/isovaleric, 2-methylbutyric, and n-valeric. The contained ammonium or calcium salts of volatile fatty acids shall conform to international recognized specifications. It is used as a source of energy in dairy cattle feed. The label of the product shall bear adequate directions for use including statements expressing maximum use levels: For ammonium salts of volatile fatty acids: not to exceed 120 grams per head per day thoroughly mixed in dairy cattle feed as a source of energy; For calcium salts of volatile fatty acids: not to exceed 135 grams per head per day thoroughly mixed in dairy cattle feed as a source of energy.
16.17 Tapioca/manioca and/or cassava root is the whole root chipped mechanically into small pieces and sun dried on concrete surfaces for 2 to 3 days and then the chips are pelleted. Ash content to be specified.
16.18 Sweet lupin meal and sweet lupin meal dehulled is the product resulting from the grinding of the entire seed or dehulled seed of the species of Lupinus albus (white), L. augustifolius (blue), or L. luteus (yellow) which contains less than 0.3 g/kg alkaloids.
16.19 Sweet lupin meal solvent extract is the product obtained by grinding of the flakes after the removal of most of the oil by a solvent extraction process from the seeds of the species of Lupinus albus (white), L. augustifolius (blue), or L. luteus (yellow) which contains less than 0.3 g/kg alkaloids It must contain not more than 70 g/kg crude fibre.
Note: 1. the label must have guarantees for protein (min), moisture (max) and sugar (min)
17.1 Beet molasses is a byproduct of the manufacture of sucrose from sugar beets. It must contain not less than 480 g/kg total sugars expressed as invert and its density must be determined and specified in Brix.
17.2 Cane molasses is a byproduct of the manufacture of sucrose from sugar cane. It must contain not less than 430 g/kg total sugars expressed as invert. If its moisture content exceeds 270 g/kg, its density must be determined and specified in Brix.