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GDS 42: 1998 Specification for Wet Seasoning
Specifies requirements for wet seasoning. (B)
GDS 43: 1998 Specification for the Handling of Consumer Complaints
Sets out the essential elements for the management of complaints from the inception to satisfaction or final determination, as the case may be, irrespective of the nature of the complaint or the size of the organization receiving the complaint. It further provides guidelines for the implementation of a complaints handling process.(B)
GDS 44: 1998 Guidelines for the Production of Spice Packages for the Tourism Sector
Sets out guidelines and describes minimum requirements for the composition, purity, hygiene in processing, packaging and labelling of spices to be sold to the tourist sector.(A)
GDS 45: 1998 Specification for Jam, Jellies and Marmalades
Prescribes requirements and methods of sampling and testing of jams, jellies and marmalades.
GDS 46: 1998 Requirements for Advertising – Advertising of Tobacco Products
Prescribes the wording of a warning notice and its presentation to consumers in advertisements for cigarettes on television, radio, press, posters and other media of communication.(B)
GDS 47: 1998 Guide for the Presentation of Grenadian Standards
Specifies requirements for the general presentation and arrangement of the content of a Grenadian standard and for the preparation of the draft standards. (C)
GDS 48: 1999 Specification for Pneumatic Tyres for Highway Commercial Vehicles Compulsory
Specifies physical dimensions, performance and marking requirements for pneumatic tyres for highway commercial vehicles. Test methods for determining conformity to the performance requirements are also included. (C)
GDS 49: Pt. 1: 1999 Requirements for Advertising: General
Sets out general requirements for the contents of advertising, sold or consumed, under local control in Grenada, in any medium whether foreign or locally generated.The advertising of pesticides is not covered by this standard as statutory control of the advertisement of these products is covered by the Pesticides Control Act of 1973.(B)
GDS 49: Pt. 2: 2001 Code of Practice for the Advertising of Food Products
Lays down the basic principles and rules for the conduct of food advertising and claims. (A)
GDS 49: Pt. 3: 2002 Requirements for the Advertising to Children
Sets out guidelines which would prevent the arousal of high expectation, which could lead to disappointment, or cause conflict with parental decision. (A)
GDS 50: 1999 Specification for Portland Cement: Guidelines for Procurement and Use Compulsory
Detail the requirements for the composition, manufacture, sampling and testing of ordinary and rapid hardening Portland cement. (D)
GDS 51: 1999 Specification for Sampling and Methods of Analysis of Sugar
Prescribes the sampling plans and methods of analysis for sugar.(D)
GDS 52: 1999 Specification for Powdered (Icing) Sugar
Prescribes the requirement for powdered sugar (icing sugar) that is finely pulverized white sugar. (A)
GDS 53: 1999 Sugar for Canning
Prescribes the requirement for white sugar, which has been purified and crystallized and is sold in crystalline form for use in canning and preserving operations. (A)
GDS 54: 1999 Certification Procedures for Goods Covered by Regional Standards (A)
GDS 55: 1999 Specification for Fats and Oils
Applies to edible fats, oils and mixtures thereof; including those that have been subjected to processes of modification but not including fats and oils which must be subjected to such processes in order to render them suitable for human consumption. (A)
GDS 56: 1999 Specification for Palm Kernel Oil
States the requirements for edible palm kernel oil. (A)
GDS 57: 1999 Classification of Pesticides and Other Toxic Chemicals
Provides guidelines for classifying pesticides, defoliants and plant desiccants and other toxic chemicals according to the degree of hazard, which they present to human life.(B) 
GDS 58: 1999 Specification for the Maximum Residue Limits for Pesticide
GDS 59: 1999 Specification for Weights and Weighing Devices to be used in Trade
Prescribes the requirements for particular weighing devicessuitable for use in trade.(A)
GDS 60: 2001 Specification for Dried Nutmeg and Mace
Specifies requirements for dried nutmeg (whole or broken) and for dried mace (whole or in pieces) obtained from the nutmeg tree (Myristica fragans Houtt) for wholesale and retail commercial purposes. (A)
GDS 61: 2001 Specification for Hot Rolled Steeled Bars for the Reinforcement of Concrete
Covers deformed and plain billet-steel bars, in cut lengths or coils, for concrete reinforcement. (B)
GDS 62: 2002 Metric Practice Guide
Specifies inter alia conversion factors to be used in converting quantities measured in imperial and other units to SI Units. It sets out procedures for the uniform use of these conversion factors.(C)
GDS 63: Pt. 1: 2002 Specification for Concrete made by Volumetric Batching and Continuous Mixing
Covers concrete made from materials continuously batched by volume, mixed in a continuous mixer and delivered to the purchaser in a freshly mixed and unhardened state. (A)
GDS 63: Pt. 2: 2002 Specification for Ready-Mixed Concrete Compulsory
Specifies the condition under which ready-mixed concrete shall be made and delivered, and the methods by which the purchaser can specify with his enquiry or order the properties of the concrete required. It provides a specification for the production and supply of ready-mixed concrete. (A)
GDS 64: 2002 Requirements for the Approval and Licensing of Child Care Homes
Sets out the procedures by which Child Care Homes are to be assessed and licensed and also lays down the minimum requirements for proper upkeep of these facilities
GDS 65: 2002 General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibration Laboratories
Specifies the general requirements for the competence to carry out test and/or calibration, including sampling.It covers testing and calibration using standard methods, non-standard methods and laboratory developed methods.(ISO/IEC 17025: 1999)(B)
GDS 66: 2002 Sampling Procedures for Inspection by Attributes Part 1: Sampling Plans indexed by Acceptable Quality Level (AQL) for Lot-by-Lot Inspection
Specifies sampling plans and procedures for inspection by attributes of discrete items.(D)
GDS 67: 2003 Animal Feed (General)
Sets out requirement for labelling, packaging, sampling and analysing of animal feeds whether pre-packed or sold in bulk. Should be read in conjunction with GDS 1: Part 9: 2003.(A)
GDS 68: Pt. 1: 2003 Code of Practice for Tour Guides
It is intended to assist Tour Guides in the establishment and maintenance of minimum acceptable level of service for tour guiding. (A)
GDS 68: Pt. 2: 2003 Code of Practice for Tour Operators
This code of practice is intended to assist tour operators in the establishment and maintenance of minimum acceptable level of service for tour operators.
GDS 69: 2017 Rice – Specification Compullsory
Prescribes the requirement for grades of paddy, cargo rice, milled rice, cargo parboiled rice and milled parboiled rice. It also specifies the general conditions for sampling and the methodologies for assessing the various factors used in determining the quality of rice. (C)
GDS 70: 2003 Specification for Safety Matches
Specifies the requirements for the performance, sampling, packaging and labelling of safety matches. It also prescribes the requirements for the purchase of match splints from suppliers. (B)
GDS 71: 2003 Specification for Packaged Water
Specifies requirements for the purity, treatment, bacteriological acceptability, packaging and labelling of all packaged waters that are pre-packaged for sale and used as beverages or in foods. This standard does not apply to water distributed by public water supply system. (D)
GDS 72: 2003 Code of Hygienic Practice for the Collection, Processing and Marketing of Packaged Water (Mineral Water, Spring Water, Purified Water)
This code recommends appropriate general techniques for collecting mineral wsater and spring water, the treatment,bottling, packaging, torage, transport, distribution and sale of packaged water, so as to guarantee a safe, healthy and wholesome product. (B) 
GDS 73: 2003 Specification for Rum Compulsory
GDS 74: 2003 Specification for Brewery Products Compulsory
Specifies requirements for brewery products to be sold in the Caribbean common market. (B)
GDS 75: 2003 Specification for Hazard Identification Tags
Specifies the requirements for hazard identification tags. (C)
GDS 76: 2003 Specification for Honey
This standard describes the properties, characteristics and requirements of pure natural honey.(CAC/RS12-1969) (C)
GDS 77: 2004 Guidelines for the Production, Processing, Labelling & Marketing of Organically Produced Foods
Applies to unprocessed plants and plant products and processed products for human consumption which carry, or are intended to carry descriptive labelling referring to organically production methods . (D)
GDS 78: 2005 Specification for Corrugated Galvanized and Aluminium and Zinc (Aluzinc) Coated Steel Sheets for Roofing and General Purposes Compulsory
Specifies requirements for corrugated zinc coated (galvanized) steel sheets and corrugated aluminium and zinc (aluzinc) coated steel sheets in cut lengths intended for roofing and general purposes. This standard applies to those products coated by the hot dip method in substrate thickness ranging from 0.25 mm to 1.0 mm. (D)
GDS 79: 2006 Specification for Effluent from Industrial Processes Discharged into the Environment
Specifies the requirements including maximum permissible limits of key parameters, with which the effluent discharged from industrial processes point sources into the environment shall comply.(C) 
GDS 80: 2006 Code of Practice: Good Agricultural Practices for the Production of Fresh Produce
Outlines the essential elements that will serve as the basis from which good agricultural practices can be elaborated and utilized by fresh produce farms of all sizes. (C)
GDS 81: 2007 Code of Practice for the Management of Tourist Attractions
This standard is intended to assist staff and management of attractions in the proper upkeep and operation to provide visitor satisfaction. It should be used by tour operators and tourists alike as a guide to the service and product expected and to measure that which is provided.
GDS 82: 2007 Requirements for the Care and Protection of the Elderly
This standard sets out the minimum requirements for residential and nursing homes as well as guidelines for the care and protection of the elderly as a whole. (A)
GDS 83: 2007 Code of Practice for a Guide to the Assessment of Garment Quality
This standard is intended to provide a uniform system of reference data on the various constructional features, finishing and presentation of some common outwear garments offered for sale to the general public in Grenada. (B)
GDS 84:2008 Specification for the Labelling of Toys and Playthings Compulsory
Describes the labelling requirements for locally made or imported toys and playthings for children sold in Grenada. (A)
GDS 85: 2008 General Standard for Food Additives
Sets forth the conditions under which permitted food additives may be used in all foods, whether or not they have previously been standardized by Codex. (CODEX STAN 192-1995) (REV.6-2005) 
GDS 88: 2011 Code of Practice for the Preparation of Frozen Fruit Pulps and Puree
Gives guidelines for the preparation, processing and packaging of frozen fruit pulps and purees for the use in the manufacture of fruit juices and nectars within the CARICOM region. This Code of Practice is applicable to pulps and purees obtained from edible fruits. It describes the requirements for pulps and purees and the methods of analysis to be used. (CRCP 6: 2010) 
GDS 89: 2011 Code of Practice for the Manufacture of Wooden Craft Items
Establishes the minimum requirements for the manufacture and production of wooden craft items. The document is more focused on performance than prescriptive requirements for craft items.
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