NOSBNational Ocean Sciences Bowl (Washington, DC)
NOSBNational Ocean Science Bowl
NOSBNational Organic Standard Board
NOSBNosymbols (assembly language ASM51 assembler control)
NOSBNon-Over-Determined Sub-Band
NOSBNational Occupational Standards Board (UK)
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Also unanimously approved by NOSB was an OTA petition to revise the current listing of natural flavors to require the use of organic flavors when they are commercially available in the necessary quality, quantity or form.
Statute OFPA (1990) mandated FALCPA (2004) development of mandated labeling of growing, handling, milk, eggs, fish, and marketing shellfish, tree standards and NOSB nuts, peanuts, to represent soybeans and wheat.
147) In effect, the Senate left the question open for the USDA and NOSB to determine the level of contamination to tolerate.
That summer, however, the NOSB found it impossible to raise the cash it needed to meet the large net deposit outflows that occurred during one of the many aftershocks of the panics of 1837 and 1839.
However we feel strongly that some form of overview of the NOP accreditation system by the NOSB or delegated body is essential and overdue.
According to the draft discussion document, CACC will incorporate feedback received during the public meeting, and present a recommendation on the topic to NOSB in September.
During its three-day meeting, NOSB members wrestled with language aimed at keeping cloning out of organics.
The NOSB has 15 members representing all sectors and interests of organic producing, handling, and consuming (4 producers, 2 handlers, 1 retailer, 3 environmentalists, 3 consumers, 1 scientist and 1 certifying agent).
The NOSB was first conducted in the winter and spring of 1998 in honor of the International Year of the Ocean.
NOSB will formally act at its meeting on October 16.
I do think the NOSB needs to look at the threshold or rejection level issue," says Riddle.
The NOSB is a 15-member board responsible for developing and recommending a proposed national list of approved and prohibited substances.