Information given in this form is for the use of the Florida Tomato Committee, acting under the authority of the
Secretary of Agriculture of the United States (Secretary). Section 966.54 of Marketing Order No. 966 requires that
handlers desiring to make shipments of tomatoes for relief, charity, pickling, processing, export, and experimental
purposes, or such other purposes, which may be specified by the Committee with the approval of the Secretary, shall, prior to making such shipment, apply to the Committee for a Certificate of Privilege. The purpose of such certificate is to safeguard against the entry of such tomatoes into trade channels other than those for which this Certificate of Privilege is granted.
REPORTS ON EACH SHIPMENT MUST BE MADE TO THE
COMMITTEE ON THE SHIPPING DATE ON FORM FTC-110, REPORT OF SPECIAL PURPOSE SHIPMENT UNDER CERTIFICATE OF PRIVILEGE.
RECEIVERS MUST RETURN THE BLUE COPY TO THE COMMITTEE WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS
AFTER RECEIPT. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN THE REVOCATION OF YOUR
CERTIFICATE OF PRIVILEGE.
To the best of my knowledge, all statements contained in this application are true, correct and complete.
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