Sectional Listing 

GDS 25: 2003 TTS 170: 400: 1989 (First Revision)
Requirements for the Assessment, Licensing and Registration of the Accommodation Sector
Sets out the procedures by which hotels, apartments, guest houses and villas are to be assessed and licensed and also lays down the minimum requirements essential for the proper upkeep of accommodation facilities.
The standard does not apply to:
a) apartments let for residential periods exceeding one month;
b) premises used exclusively for the accommodation of persons in religious, educational or charitable institutions;
c) premises offering accommodation with less than four bedrooms.
ICS 03.120.10:03.080.30 (C) 

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. It also covers the requirements for the advertising of other tobacco products.
ICS 03.080.20.5.160 (B)

GDS 49: PART 1: 1999
Requirements for Advertising: General
Sets out general requirements for the contents of advertising, shown or consumed, under local control in Grenada, in any medium whether foreign or locally generated. It also includes requirements for the advertising of special classes of goods or services, or directed to special categories of consumers, or in certain media. The advertising of pesticides, foods, drugs, cosmetics and medical devices is not covered by this standard.
ICS 83.160.10 (B)

GDS 49: PART 2: 2001 JS 7655: 1975 
Code of Practice for the Advertising of Food Products
 Lays down the basic principles and rules for the conduct of food advertising and claims.
ICS 03.080.20 (A)

GDS 49: PART 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.
ICS 03.080.20 (A) 

GDS 77: 2004 CAC/GL 32 – 1999
Guidelines for the Production, Processing, Labelling & Marketing of Organically Produced Foods

These guidelines apply to the following products which carry, or are intended to carry, descriptive labelling referring to organic production methods: (a) unprocessed plants and plant products; and (b) processed product for human consumption derived mainly from (a) above.
ICS 01.110.67.020 (D)

GDS 80: 2006
Code of Practice: Good Agricultural Practices for the Production of Fresh Produce

This Code of Practice describes the main requirements for good management practices that are necessary for the production of safe and healthy fresh foods in an agricultural and environmentally sustainable manner. These requirements are applicable to small, medium or large agricultural farms engaged in the production of fresh foods such as vegetables, fruits/or ground provisions. The Code of Practice does not set out to provide detailed or prescriptive guidance on every aspect of fresh food production.
ICS 65.020.20, 65.020.30, 65.060.50, 65.080 (C) 

GDS 1: PART 4: 2018 CRS 5: 2010
Specification for Labelling of Prepackaged Foods (First Revision)

This standard applies to the labelling of all pre-packaged  foods to be offered to the consumer or for catering purposes. It does not apply to food: (a) sold unpackaged, or in an open or uncovered package; (b) weighed or measured in or counted into package in the presence of the purchaser; (c) intended for export only, which comply with the requirements of standards or laws on labelling of the country to which they are to be exported; (d) which is gift wrapped.
ICS 67.230 (A)

GDS 3: PART 1: 2011 CRCP 5: 2010 (First Revision)
Code of Hygienic Practice: General Principles of Food Hygiene

This Code of Practice details the essential principles of food hygiene within the food chain from primary production to the final consumer, stipulating the acceptable hygienic conditions for producing food that is safe and suitable for consumption.
ICS 67.020 (A)

GDS 37: 1998 CAR/RCP-1-1969 Rev. 3 1997
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) System & Guidelines for its Application

Sets out the principle of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point System adopted by the Codex Alimentarius Commission. It also outlines general guidance for the application of the system while recognizing that the details of the application may vary depending on the circumstances of the food operation.
ICS 67.020.03.120.10 (A)

GDS 42: 2020
Specification for Wet Seasoning (First Revision)

This standard specifies requirements for the wet seasoning which includes green seasoning, creole seasoning, herbal marinade and local seasoning, both locally produced and imported. ICS 67.220.10 (B)

GDS 45: 1998 CAC Vol 11 79 & 80 1981
Specification for Jams, Jellies and Marmalades

Prescribes requirements and methods of sampling and testing of jams, jellies and marmalades. ICS 03.080 (B)

GDS 90: 2011 CRS 14: 2010
Requirements for Good Management Practices for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises

This regional standard specifies requirements for a management system where a micro, small, and medium sized enterprise:
a) Needs to demonstrate its ability to consistently meet applicable requirements for quality, environmental and occupational safety and health; and
b) Aims to enhance its performance, through the process of continual improvement, assurance of conformity to applicable quality, environmental and occupational safety and health requirements, and the prevention of non-conformity by the application of this system.
ICS 03.100 (B) 

GDS 1: PART 9: 2002 JS 1: Part 8: 1978
Specification for the Labelling of Animal Feeds

This standard sets out labelling requirements for animal feeds and shall be read in conjunction with GDS 1: Part 1
ICS 55200:65.120 (A)

GDS 67: 2002 JS 71: 1978
Specification for Animal Feed (General)

Sets out the general requirements for animal feeds.
ICS 65.120 (A)

GDS 117: 2014 CRS 29: 2011
Specification for Poultry Feed and Feed Ingredients

This standard establishes specifications for nutrient requirements in the rations fed to poultry. It provides guidance on good manufacturing practices for the production of poultry feeds and good on-farm feeding practices. It applies to the production and use of all materials designed for poultry feed and feed ingredients at all levels, whether produced industrially or on farm.
ICS 65.120 (D) 

GDS 36: 1997 CCS 0018:1992
Specification for Cosmetics: Part 1 General Requirements
This standard specifies the general requirements for the manufacture of cosmetic products.
ICS 71.100.70 (A)

GDS 91: 2011 CRS 16: 2010
Specification for Botanical Cosmetics
This standard specifies the general requirements for the manufacture of botanical cosmetic products and is applicable where the term “Botanica; Cosmetics” is declared on the package.
ICS 71.100.70 (C)

GDS 140: Part 1: 2018
Code of Practice for Hairdressers and Barbers
This code of practice applies to persons who carry out business of hairdressing and barbering. It includes cutting, processing, treatment and styling of the hair for men, women and children and shaving of face and eyebrows and the waxing of eyebrows. This code of practice also applies to premises where hairdressing and barbering business operations are conducted.
ICS 71.100.70 (A)

GDS 140: Part 2: 2019
Code of Practice for Tattoo Parlours and Body Piercing Facilities
This code of practice sets out requirements for sanitary and hygienic operations of tattoo parlours/studios and body piercing facilities. This code provides best practices for the provision of tattoo related and body piercing services. This national code applies to all persons involve in the practice of puncturing or piercing the skin or flesh of the human body, for the purpose of permanent tattooing and semi permanent skin colouring; and inserting of metal jewellery for cosmetic purposes. This code also applies to persons who do piercing of the ear lobes with spring guns or needles.
ICS 03.080.99 & 11.020 (B

GDS 41: 2021 CRS 40: 2016, MOD (First Revision)
Labelling of Brewed Products

This standard specifies requirements for the labelling of brewed products to be sold or traded in Grenada. It is not applicable to beverages that are not derived from cereals and are sold under common names, including the words, “beer” and “ale.” Example Ginger Beer. Ginger Ale, Root Beet are not covered by the standard.
ICS 67.160.10 (A)

GDS 74: 2021 CRS 41: 2016, MOD (First Revision)
Brewed Products - Specification

This standard specifies requirements for brewery products including beer (both lagers and ales-American & European lagers, stouts, porters, pale ales included) shandy and malta; to be sold or traded in Grenada. It is not applicable to beverages that are derived from cereals, sold under common names including the words “beer” and “ale.” Example Ginger Ale, Root Beer are not covered by the standard.
ICS 67.160.10 (B)

GDS 6: 2019 JS 35: 2011 (First Revision)
Specification for Hollow Concrete Blocks
This standard applies to hollow pre-cast concrete blocks made from mixture of Portland cement, water and suitable aggregates, and intended for the use in load bearing and non-load bearing masonry walls of buildings.
ICS 91.100.30 (B)

GDS 50: 1999 JS 32: 1974 JS 32: Part 1: 1995
Specification for Portland Cement: Guidelines for Procurement Use

Detail the requirements for the composition, manufacture, sampling and testing of ordinary and rapid hardening.
ICS 91.100.10 (D)

GDS 61: 2001 JS 33: 1999
Specification for Hot Roll Steeled Bars for the Reinforcement of Concrete

Covers deformed and plain billet-steel bars, in cut lengths or coils, for concrete reinforcement. Bars are of two minimum yield levels, namely, 300 MPa and 400 MPa designated as Grade 300 and Grade 400 respectively. Weldability requirements for the Grade 300 bars are included.
ICS 77.140.60 (B)

GDS 63: PART 1: 2002 ASTM C 685
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.
ICS 91.100.30 (A)

GDS 63: PART 2: 2002 JS 133: 1985
Specification for Ready-Mixed Concrete

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.
Methods of specifying ready-mixed concrete for nominal mixes, specified strength mixes and mixes for special purposes, to meet the requirements of standard codes of practice, are covered. It also gives guidance on the data to be provided by the purchaser when ordering ready-mixed concrete, the inspection facilities to be provided by the supplier and the appropriate tests. Routine tests which must be carried out by the supplier and the appropriate tests.
ICS 91.100.30 (A)

GDS 78: 2005 TTS 16 35 511: 1988
Specification for Corrugated Galvanized and Aluminium and Zinc (Aluzinc) Coated Steel Sheets for Roofing and General Purposes

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.
ICS 77.120.60 (D)

GDS 96: Part 1: 2011 JS
Methods for Sampling and Testing of Mineral Aggregates, Sands and Fillers Part 1: Sampling, Size, Shape and Classification

This standard specifies methods for obtaining samples for tests specified in this and other Grenadian Standards. For such purposes as research, production control and the assessment of variation. Test methods are also specified for the determination of the properties of size and shape of mineral aggregates including clay, silt and dust and an aggregate classification is given to allow identification of samples by petrographical examination.
UDC 625.07:620.1 (D)

GDS 96: Part 2: 2011 JS
Methods for Sampling and Testing of Mineral Aggregates, Sands and Fillers Part 2: Physical Properties

This standard specifies method for the determination of the relative density, water absorption, bulk density, voids, bulking and moisture content of aggregates and relative density, bulk density and voids of fillers.
UDC 625.07:6201 (D)

GDS 96: Part 3: 2011 JS
Methods for Sampling and Testing of Mineral Aggregates, Sands and Fillers Part 3: Chemical Properties

This standard covers the determination of the amount of water soluble chloride salts and organic impurities in the aggregate.
UDC 625.07:620.1 (A)

GDS 98: 2012 ASTM: C 33/C33M-11a
Standard Specification for Concrete Aggregates

This specification defines the requirements for grading and quality of fine and coarse aggregate (other than lightweight or heavyweight aggregate) for use in concrete.2 This specification is for use by a contractor, concrete supplier, or other purchaser as part of the purchase document describing the material to be furnished.
ICS 91.100.30 (A)

GDS 99: 2012 ASTM: C144-1
Standard Specification for Aggregates for Masonry Mortar

This specification covers aggregate for use in masonry mortar.
ICS 91.080.30 & 91.080.30 (A)

GDS 100: 2012 ASTM: C1552-09a
Standard Practice for Capping Concrete Masonry Units, Related Units and Masonry Prisms for Compression Testing

This practice covers apparatus, materials, and procedures for capping concrete masonry units, related units, including coupons or other specimens obtained from such units, and masonry prisms for compression testing.
NOTE 1-The testing laboratory performing these test methods should be evaluated in accordance with practice C1093.
ICS 91.100.30 & 91.080.30 (A)

GDS 101: 2012 ASTM: C90-11b
Standard Specification for Loadbearing Concrete Masonry Units

This specification covers hollow and solid (see 5.3 and 5.4) concrete masonry units made from hydraulic cement, water, and mineral aggregates with or without the inclusion of other materials. There are three classes of concrete masonry units: (1) normal weight, (2) medium weight, and (3) light weight. These units are suitable for both loadbearing and nonloadbearing applications.
ICS 91.100.30 & 91.080.30 (A)

GDS 102: 2012 ASTM: C305-11
Standard Practice for Mechanical Mixing of Hydraulic Cement Paste and Mortar of Plastic Consistency

This practice covers the mechanical mixing of hydraulic cement pastes and mortars of plastic consistency. ICS 91. 100.10 (A)

GDS 103: 2012 ASTM: C109/C109M-11b
Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength of Hydraulic Cement Mortars (Using 2-in. Or (50-mm) Cube Specimens

This test method covers determination of the compressive strength of hydraulic cement mortars, using 2-in. or (50-mm) cube specimens.
NOTE 1 – Test Method C349 provides an alternative procedure for this determination (not to be used for acceptance tests).
ICS 91.100.10 (A)

GDS 104: 2012 ASTM: C128-12
Standard Test Method for Density, Relative Density (Specific Gravity) and Absorption of fine Aggregate

This test method covers the determination of the average density of a quantity of fine aggregate particles (not including the volume of voids between the particles), the relative density (specific gravity), and the absorption of the fine aggregate. Depending on the procedure used, the density, in kg/m3 (1b/ft3) is expressed as oven-dry (OD), saturated-surface-dry (SSD), or as apparent density. Likewise, relative density (specific gravity). The OD density and OD relative density are determined after drying the aggregate. The SSD density, SSD relative density, and absorption are determined after soaking the aggregate in water for a prescribed duration.
ICS 91.010.01 (A)

GDS 105: 2012 ASTM: C136 – 06
Standard Test Method for Sieve Analysis of Fine and Coarse Aggregates

This test method covers the determination of the particle size distribution of fine and coarse aggregates by
sieving. Some specifications for aggregates which reference this test method contain grading requirements including both coarse and fine fractions. Instructions are included for sieve analysis of such aggregates.
ICS 91.010.01 (A)

GDS 106: 2012 ASTM: D6927 – 06
Standard Test Method for Marshall Stability and Flow of Bituminous Mixtures

This test method covers measurement of resistance to plastic flow of 102 mm (4 in.) cylindrical specimens of bituminous paving mixture loaded in a direction perpendicular to the cylindrical axis by means of the Marshall apparatus. This test method is for use with dense graded bituminous mixtures prepared with asphalt, tar, and tar-rubber with maximum size aggregate up to 25 mm (1 in.) in size (passing 25 mm (1 in.) sieve).
ICS 91.100.30 (A)

GDS 107: 2012 ASTM: C42/C42M – 12
Standard Test Method for Obtaining and Testing Drilled Cores and Sawed Beams of Concrete

This test method covers obtaining, preparing, and testing cores drilled from concrete for length or compressive strength or splitting tensile strength determinations.
ICS 91.100.30 (A)

GDS 108: 2012 ASTM: C617/C617M – 11
Standard Practice for Capping Cylindrical Concrete Specimens

This practice covers apparatus, materials, and procedures for capping freshly molded concrete cylinders with neat cement and hardened cylinders and drilled concrete cores with high-strength gypsum paste or sulfur mortar.
ICS 91.100.30 (A)

GDS 109: 2012 ASTM: C39/C39M – 12
Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength of Cylindrical Concrete Specimens

This test method covers determination of compressive strength of cylindrical concrete specimens such as molded cylinders and drilled cores. It is limited to concrete having a density in excess of 800 kg/m3 (50 lb/ft3).
ICS 91.100.30 (A)

GDS 110: 2012 ASTM: C31/C31M – 10
Standard Practice for Making and Curing Concrete Test Specimens in the Field

This practice covers procedures for making and curing cylinder and beam specimens from representative samples of fresh concrete for a construction project. The concrete used to make the molded specimens shall be sampled after all on-site adjustments have been made to the mixture proportions, including the addition of mix water and admixtures. This practice is not satisfactory for making specimens from concrete not having measurable slump or requiring other sizes or shapes of specimens.
ICS 91.100.30 (A)

GDS 111: 2012 ASTM: C143/C143M – 10a
Standard Test Method for Slump of Hydraulic-Cement Concrete

This test method covers determination of slump of hydraulic-cement concrete, both in the laboratory and in the field.
ICS 91.100.10 & 91.100.30 (A)

GDS 112: 2012 ASTM: C270 – 12
Standard Specification for Mortar for Unit Masonry

This specification covers mortars for use in the construction of non-reinforced and reinforced unit masonry structures. Four types of mortar are covered in each of two alternative specifications.
ICS 91.010.30 (B) 

GDS 142: 2020 CRS 53: 2018
Carbonated Beverage- Specification

This standard prescribes the compositional, safety, packing, labelling, quality and testing requirements for carbonated beverages; with a view of harmonizing and facilitating fair intra regional trade. The standard does not include the following: waters (including mineral waters), fruit drinks, cereal based beverages, herbal beverages, energy drinks or juices.
ICS 91.100.30 (B)

GDS 118: 2014 CRCP 2: 2010
Code of Practice for Packaged Natural Coconut Water
This Code of Practice sets out the recommendations for the hygienic preparation of packaged natural coconut water including harvesting, processing, packaging, storing, transporting and distributing.
ICS 67.160.20 (A)

GDS 119: 2014 CRS 3: 2010
Specification for Packaged Natural Coconut Water

This standard applies to packaged natural coconut water, as defined in clause 3, which is offered for consumption. It only applies to coconut water which has been packaged for consumption. It only applies to coconut water which has been packaged in its natural state without the use of additives.
ICS 67.160.20 (A)

GDS 5: PART 23: 2001 CPEC
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Waternut 

This Standard applies to Waternut (Cocos nucifera) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS: 16: 1997 CCC 0023: 1992a
Specification for Coconut Oil

This standard prescribes the requirements and methods of sampling and test for coconut oil intended for edible and industrial use at the commercial level.
ICS 67.200.10 (C) 

GDS 43: 1998
Specification for the Handling of Consumer Complaints

Malaysia 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.
ICS 03.080 (B)

GDS 10: 1991 JS 165: 1988
Specification for the Content of Warranties for Goods

This standard stipulates the areas that shall be covered by written product warranties or guarantees, offered by manufacturers, importers, retailers or other vendors in connection with the sale of any goods. It indicates the way in which these warranties or guarantees should be expressed, and how they should be used or mentioned in advertising or labelling the goods.
UDC 65.027 (A)     

GDS 9: 1991 JCP 1: 1976
Code of Practice for Footwear: Purchasing, Care and Handling of Complaints

Lays down the guidelines for the purchasing, (particularly for children) care and maintenance of leather, suede and canvas footwear as well as that of man-made materials.
UDC 685.3.004 (A)

GDS 11: PART 1: 1992 CCS 0020: 1992
Specification for Paint: Interior and Exterior: Oil Modified Alkyd

Prescribes requirements for ready mixed alkyd paint for interior and exterior applications. The material is used for protection and decoration of wood and metal and is normally applied as a painting system over suitable priming paint.
UDC 667.6 (A)

GDS 11: PART 2: 1992 CCS 0019: 1992
Specification for Paint: Interior and Exterior – Emulsion Type, Flat

Applies to emulsion paint for interior and exterior use on masonry surfaces including concrete, brick, stucco, concrete block and on wood.
UDC 667.6 (A)

GDS 11: PART 3: 1999 CCS
Specification for the Limit on Lead Content in Paint

Prescribes a maximum limit on the lead content in paint and varnish supplied in fluid form. It applies to paints and vanishes that are used in households, on domestic furniture and appliances, in buildings and places open to the public, shops, offices, factories or for commercial purposes.
UDC 667.6 (B)

GDS 12: 1992 CCS 0024: 1992
Specification for Wheat Flour

Applies to wheat flour (also called flour, white flour, or enriched flour) that is intended for human consumption, made from clean, sound, and marketable grades of millable wheat grains of the species Triticum aestivum L. (common wheat) or from Triticum compacturm Host, (club wheat).
UDC 664.641.12 (A)

GDS 14: 1992 CCS 0022: 1992
Specification for Toilet Tissue

Applies to toilet tissue in the single-ply and 2-ply roll.
UDC 676.252.2 (B)

GDS 16: 1997 CCS 23: 1992
Specification for Coconut Oil

Prescribes the requirements and methods of sampling and test for Coconut Oil intended for edible and industrial use at the Commercial level.
ICS 67.200.10 (C)

GDS 17: 1997 CCS 0017: 1992
Specification for Biscuits

Prescribes basic and general requirements to be sold in the Caribbean Common Market.
UDC 664.694 (B)

GDS 18: 1994 28th CCM
Specification for White Sugar

Prescribes the requirements for dry granulated white sugar packed in containers not exceeding 50 kg (112 lb) and excludes icing sugar.
UDC 664.14 (A)

GDS 19: 1994 JS 102:1985
Specification for Brown Sugar

Prescribes the requirements for brown sugar which shall be the unrefined crystalline product from washed healthy cane packed in containers not exceeding 50 kg (112 lb).
UDC 664.14 (A)

GDS 21: 1997 CCS 0027: 1992
Specification for Canned Vegetables
Applies to canned vegetables and includes general requirements for hygiene in production, labelling, the quality and safety of ingredients and food additives.
UDC 664.8.036.5:543 (C)

GDS 22: 1994 BNS 39: 1990
Specification for Whole Chicken: (Eviscerated) and Chicken Parts
Prescribes the requirements and the method of sampling and the test for whole chicken (eviscerated) and chicken parts.
ICS 67.120.10 (B)

GDS 29: 1997 CCS 0032:1995
Specification for Pasta Products (Macaroni, Spaghetti, Egg Noodles)
Prescribes requirements for macaroni, spaghetti, vermicelli, noodles and egg noodles when preparing other foods like canned soups or included in packages of ingredients that are prepackaged for retail sale, example soup mixes. Macaroni cheese are also covered by this standard.
UDC 664.694 (C)

GDS 30: 1997 CCS 33: 1995
Specification for Paper Products for Personal Cleansing (Tissues, Napkins, Towels)
Sets requirements for the performance, dimensions, labelling, sampling, and testing of paper products for use in personal hygiene and cleaning.
UDC 676.252.2 (C)

GDS 31: 1997 CCS 0034:1995
Specification for Chocolate Confectionery and Cocoa Products
Applies to Chocolate Confectionery, Cocoa butter and Cocoa powder for use in foods, pharmaceuticals or cosmetics, beverages or for flavouring.
UDC 663.918.5 (C)

GDS 32: 1997 CCS 0035: 1995
Specification for Spices and Sauces
Prescribes requirements for the identity, comparison, purity and hygiene in processing, packaging, labelling, sampling and testing of spices.
UDC 613.291 (D)

GDS 33: 1997 CCS 0014: 1992
Specification for Margarine and Cooking Margarine
Prescribes requirements for margarine and cooking margarine to be sold in the Caribbean Community, and includes methods of sampling and test. It does not apply to any product containing less than 80% by weight (mass) of fat, which is labelled so as not to be mistaken for margarine.
UDC 664.33 (B)

GDS 34: 1997 CCS 0015: 1992
Specification for Shortening
Prescribes requirements for products to be sold as shortening within the Caribbean Community. It includes specifications of composition, methods of sampling and analysis, and guideline on the use of food additives.
ICS 67.200.10 (A)

GDS 35: 1997 CCS 0016: 1992
Specification for Toilet Soap and Laundry Soap
Prescribes requirements for toilet soap and laundry soap to be sold in the Caribbean Common Market. Medicated soaps, antiseptic soaps, and disinfectant soaps are not covered by this standard.
ICS 71. 100.70 (C)

GDS 36: 1997 CCS 0018: 1992
Specification for Cosmetics Part 1: General Requirements
Specifies general requirements for the manufacture of cosmetics.
ICS 71.100.70 (A)

GDS 42: 2020 (First Revision)
Specification for Wet Seasoning

This standard specifies requirements for the wet seasoning which includes green seasoning, creole seasoning, herbal marinade and local seasoning, both locally produced and imported.
ICS 67.220.10 (B)

GDS 45: 1998 CAC Vol 11 79 & 80 1981
Specification for Jams, Jellies and Marmalades

Prescribes requirements and methods of sampling and testing of jams, jellies and marmalades.
ICS 03.080 (B)

GDS 52: 1999 28th CCM
Specification for Powdered (Icing) Sugar

 Prescribes the requirement for powdered sugar (icing sugar) that is finely pulverized white sugar.
ICS 67.180.10 (A)

GDS 53: 1999 28th CCM
Specification for 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. It applies to sugar packaged in containers not exceeding 50 kg (112 lbs.).
ICS 67.180.10 (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.
ICS 67.200.10 (A)

GDS 56: 1999
Specification for Palm Kernel Oil

States the requirements for edible palm kernel oil.
ICS 67.200.10 (A)

GDS 69: 2017 CRS 44: 2013
Rice – Specification

This standard establishes requirements for grades of paddy, (First Revision) 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 the determination of the quality of rice.
ICS 67.060 (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. This standard applies to matches packed in boxes for domestic purposes and book matches. The requirements do not apply to specialty matches for advertising purposes. ICS 97.180 (B)

GDS 71: 2020 CRS 1: 2010 (First Revision)
Specification for Packaged Water

This national standard specifies requirements for the purity,  treatment, bacteriological acceptability, packaging and labelling of all waters that are pre-packaged for sale and used as beverages or in foods.
ICS 67.160.20 (D)

GDS 73: 2003 CCS 0025: 1992 (First Revision)
Specification for Rum

Prescribes the general requirements, packaging, labelling, methods of sampling and analysis for rum.
ICS 71.080.60 (C)

GDS 74: 2021 CRS 41: 2016, MOD  (First Revision) 
Brewed Products – Specification

This standard specifies requirements for brewery products including beer (both lagers and ales-American & European lagers, stouts, porters, pale ales included), shandy and malta; to be sold or traded in Grenada. It is not applicable to beverages that are not derived from cereals, sold under common names including the words “beer” and “ale”.
ICS 67.160.10 (B)

GDS 76: 2004 CAC/RS12-1969
Specification for Honey

This standard describes the properties, characteristics and requirements of pure natural honey.
ICS167.180.10 (C)

GDS 91: 2011 CRS 16: 2010
Specification for Botanical Cosmetics

This standard specifies the general requirements for the manufacture of botanical cosmetic products and is applicable where the term” Botanical Cosmetics” is declared on the package.
ICS 71.100.70 (C)

GDS 92: 2011 CRS 17: 2010
Specification for Gold Articles

This standard specifies: Requirements for the manufacturing, alloying and testing of gold articles of 23, 22, 20, 18, 15, 14, 12 10 and 9 kt gold; Requirements for findings and solders to be used in the manufacture of gold articles; Methods for assaying gold, alloyed gold, solder, findings and gold articles; and Requirements for marking and labelling of imported gold articles.
ICS 39.060 (B)

GDS 93: 2011 CRS 19: 2010
Specification for Cassava Bread

This standard specifies requirement for cassava bread and related products, intended for human consumption, obtained from the processing of bitter cassava. ICS 67.040 (B)

GDS 94: 2011 CRS 27: 2010
Specification for Fruit and Vegetables Juices and Drinks and Fruit Nectars

This standard specifies requirements for juices and drinks derived from edible fruits and vegetables, fruit nectars, as well as non-carbonated beverages, containing no fruit or vegetable solids. This standard does not apply to juices, drinks and nectars that are incorporated into carbonated beverages, sold as syrups or cordials that contain nutritive sweeteners in excess of 30% by weight or sold to a manufacturer for further processing.
ICS 67.080.10 & 67.080.20 (D)

GDS 95: 2011 CRS 33: 2010
Specification for Polyethylene Garbage Bags – High Intensity

This regional standard specifies requirements for high density polyethylene garbage bags which are normally used for the disposal of domestic and commercial waste. It includes requirements and test methods for impact resistance, bag dimensions, burst resistance, heat seal integrity and leakage.
ICS 83.080 (B)

GDS 116: 2014
Specification for Achar, Amchar and Kuchela
CRS 22: 2010 This standard applies to the products known as achar, amchar and kuchela which are prepared from edible fruits such as green or unripe mangoes (Mangifera indica), golden apple (pommecythere spp), June plum (Dillenia indica), as the predominant ingredients and blended with spices and additives prior to packaging. ICS 67.220 (B)

GDS 119:2014 CRS 3: 2010
Specification for Packaged Natural Coconut Water

This standard applies to packaged natural coconut water, as defined in clause 3, which is offered for consumption. It only applies to coconut water which has been packaged in its natural state without the use of additives.
ICS 67.160.20 (A)

GDS 127: 2016
Specification for Pen-a-cool

This standard applies to non-alcoholic drinks, which are offered for consumption; commonly known as pen-a-cool. This standard does not cover juices and drinks in similar packages or in snow ice bags.
ICS 67.160.20 (A)                                                                          

GDS 89: 2011 CRCP 7: 2010
Code of Practice for the Manufacture of Wooden Craft Items

This code of Practice 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. This Code of Practice may be applied to all wooden craft items in the manufacturing stage or at the point of sale to retailers and end consumers. It focuses on work made by individual craftsperson by hand.
ICS 79.080 (B)

GDS 141: 2018
Guidelines for Craft Production

This document sets out guidelines and describes minimum requirements for the raw materials used in craft production. It also sets out processes and requirements for finishing of craft.
ICS 97.195 (B) 

GDS 1: Part 8: 2021 TTS 76: Part 13: 2016 (First Revision)
Requirements for Labelling of Electrical Appliances

Specifies labelling requirements for all electrical appliances produced, imported or used in Grenada. It specifies labelling information to be placed on the appliances as well as information to be placed on the packaging for such appliances. It applies to: 115 volts with a relative tolerance of ± 6%; or 230 volts, with a relative tolerance of ± 6%; 400 volts with a relative tolerance of ± 6%..
ICS 97.030 (A)

GDS 1: Part 10: 2022 CRS 57: 2019, MOD
Energy Labelling – Refrigerating Appliances - Requirements

This standard establishes the minimum energy performance standards (MEPs) for refrigerating appliances and relevant test to specify the energy label. It also specifies the energy label requirements.
ICS 27.015 (A)

GDS 1: Part 11: 2022 CRS 59: 2019, MOD
Energy Labelling – Air Conditioners – Requirements 

This document specifies the energy labelling requirements and the Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) requirements for non-ducted air conditioners, single-package and or split-system, with only one interior unit, via the following parameters:
- Energy efficiency ratio (EER);
- Coefficiency of performance (COP)
ICS 27.200.23.120 (A) 

GDS 79: 2006 TTS
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. This standard applies to the effluent discharged from industrial processes point sources into the environment which includes conduits (man-made) which connect to the natural environment.
ICS 13.060.40 (C)

GDS 16: 1997 CCS 23: 1992
Specification for Coconut Oil

Prescribes the requirements and methods of sampling and test for Coconut Oil intended for edible and industrial use at the Commercial level.
ICS 67.200.10 (C)

GDS 33: 1997 CCS 0014: 1992
Specification for Margarine and Cooking Margarine

Prescribes requirements for margarine and cooking margarine to be sold in the Caribbean Community and includes methods of sampling and test. It does not apply to any product containing less than 80% by weight (mass) of fat, which is labelled so as not to be mistaken for margarine.
UDC 664.33 (B)

GDS 34: 1997 CCS 0015: 1992
Specification for Shortening

Prescribes requirements for products to be sold as shortening within the Caribbean Community. It includes specifications of composition, methods of sampling and analysis, and guideline on the use of food additives.
ICS 67.200.10 (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.
ICS 67.200.10 (A)

GDS 56: 1999
Specification for Palm Kernel Oil
States the requirements for edible palm kernel oil.
ICS 67.200.10 (A)

GDS 23: PART 1: 1996 CAC/RCP 9-1976
Code of Practice for the Handling of Fresh Fish at Sea

It prescribes the hygienic requirements for handling of fish at sea. (Applies to fresh fish, chilled but not frozen, intended for human consumption).
UDC 639.2.03.067 (A)

GDS 23: PART 2: 1996 CAC/RCP 9-1976
Code of Practice for the Handling of Fresh Fish at the Processing Plant

It prescribes the hygienic requirements for handling of fish at the processing plant. (Applicable to fresh fish, chilled but not frozen, intended for human consumption).
UDC 639.2.03.068 (A) 

GDS 7: 1997 CCS 0028: 1992
Specification for Gerberas

Defines the quality requirements of fresh gerberas at the dispatching stage after preparation and packaging.
UDC 631.564 (A)

GDS 8: 1997 CCS 0029: 1992
Specification for Crotons

Defines the quality requirements for crotons at the dispatching stage after preparation and packaging.
UDC 631.564 (A) 

GDS 12: 1992 CCS 0024: 1992
Specification for Wheat Flour

Applies to wheat flour (also called flour, white flour, or enriched flour) that is intended for human consumption, made from clean, sound, and marketable grades of millable wheat grains of the species Triticum aestivum L. (common wheat) or from Triticum compacturm Host, (club wheat).
UDC 664.641.12 (A)

GDS 17: 1997 CCS 0017: 1992
Specification for Biscuits

Prescribes basic and general requirements to be sold in the Caribbean Common Market.
UDC 664.694 (B)

GDS 18: 1994 28th CCM
Specification for White Sugar

Prescribes the requirements for dry granulated white sugar packed in containers not exceeding 50 kg (112 lb) and excludes icing sugar.
UDC 664.14 (A)

GDS 19: 1994 JS 102: 1985
Specification for Brown Sugar

Prescribes the requirements for brown sugar which shall be the unrefined crystalline product from washed healthy cane packed in containers not exceeding 50 kg (112 lb).
UDC 664.14 (A)

GDS 21: 1997 CCS 0027: 1992
Specification for Canned Vegetables

Applies to canned vegetables and includes general requirements for hygiene in production, labelling, the quality and safety of ingredients and food additives.
UDC 664.8.036.5:543 (C)

GDS 29: 1997 CCS 0032: 1995
Specification for Pasta Products (Macaroni, Spaghetti, Egg Noodles)

Prescribes requirements for macaroni, spaghetti, vermicelli, noodles and egg noodles when preparing other foods like canned soups or included in packages of ingredients that are prepackaged for retail sale, example soup mixes. Macaroni cheese are also covered by this standard.
UDC 664.694 (C)

GDS 31: 1997 CCS 0034: 1995
Specification for Chocolate Confectionery and Cocoa Products

Applies to Chocolate Confectionery, Cocoa butter and Cocoa powder for use in foods, pharmaceuticals or cosmetics, beverages or for flavouring.
UDC 663.918.5 (C)

GDS 32: 1997 CCS 0035: 1995
Specification for Spices and Sauces

Prescribes requirements for the identity, comparison, purity and hygiene in processing, packaging, labelling, sampling and testing of spices.
UDC 613.291 (D)

GDS 42: 2020 (First Revision)
Specification for Wet Seasoning

This standard specifies requirements for the wet seasoning which includes green seasoning, creole seasoning, herbal marinade and local seasoning, both locally produced and imported.
ICS 67.220.10 (B)

GDS 45: 1998 CAC Vol 11, 79 & 80: 1981
Specification for Jams, Jellies and Marmalades

Prescribes requirements and methods of sampling and testing of jams, jellies and marmalades.
ICS 03.080 (B)

GDS 69: 2017 CRS 44: 2013 (First Revision)
Rice – Specification

This standard establishes requirements 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 the determination of the quality of rice.
ICS 67.060 (C)

GDS 71: 2020 CRS 1: 2010 (First Revision)
Specification for Packaged Water

This national standard specifies requirements for the purity, treatment, bacteriological acceptability, packaging and labelling of all waters that are pre-packaged for sale and used as beverages or in foods.
ICS 67.160.20 (D)

GDS 72: 2018 CRCP 1: 2010 (First Revision)
Code of Practice for Packaged Water

This code recommends appropriate general techniques for collecting, processing, packaging, storing, transporting, distributing and offering for sale, all bottled or packaged drinking water for direct consumption.
ICS 67.160.20 (B)

GDS 76: 2004 CXS 12: 1981
Specification for Honey

This standard describes the properties, characteristics and requirements of pure natural honey.
ICS 167.180.10 (C)

GDS 77: 2004 CXG 32- 1999
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.
ICS 01.110:67.020 (D)

GDS 93: 2011 CRS 19: 2012
Specification for Cassava Bread

This standard specifies requirement for cassava bread and related products, intended for human consumption, obtained from the processing of bitter cassava.
ICS 67.040 (B)

GDS 94: 2011 & CRS 27: 2010
Specification for Fruit and Vegetable Juices and Drinks Fruit Nectars

This standard specifies requirements for juices and drinks derived from edible fruits and vegetables, fruit nectars, as well as non-carbonated beverages, containing no fruit or vegetable solids. This standard does not apply to juices, drinks and nectars that are incorporated into carbonated beverages, sold as syrups or cordials that contain nutritive sweeteners in excess of 30% by weight or sold to a manufacturer for further processing.
ICS 67.080.10 & 67.080.20 (D)

GDS 116: 2014 CRS 22: 2010
Specification for Achar, Amchar and Kuchela

This standard applies to the products known as achar, amchar and kuchela which are prepared from edible fruits such as green or unripe mangoes (Mangifera indica, golden apple (pommecythere spp), June plum (Dillenia indica), as the predominant ingredients and blended with spices and additives prior to packaging.
ICS 67.220 (B)

GDS 127: 2016
Specification for Pen-a-cool

This standard applies to non-alcoholic drinks, which are offered for consumption; commonly known as pen-a-cool. This standard does not cover juices and drinks in similar packages or in snow ice bags.
ICS 67.160.20 (A) 

GDS 3: PART 1: 2011 CRCP 5: 2010 (First Revision)
Code of Hygienic Practice: General Principles of Food Hygiene

This Code of Practice details the essential principles of food hygiene within the food chain from primary production to the final consumer, stipulating the acceptable hygienic conditions for producing food that is safe and suitable for consumption.
ICS 67.020 (A)

GDS 3: PART 2: 1993 CXC 71 R: Oct. 1991
Code of Hygiene for the Preparation and Sale of Street-Vended Foods

Contains a series of requirements and practices to be observed in the preparation and consumption of street-vended food and beverages.
UDC 641:51 (A)

GDS 3: PART 3: 1999 CAC/RCP – 14: 1976
Code of Hygienic Practice for Poultry Processing

This code is concerned with poultry, poultry carcasses, poultry parts and other edible materials which have not yet been treated in any way to ensure their preservation, except that they have been chilled or frozen and are intended for human consumption, whether by direct sale as such or through further processing.
UDC 637.07 (B)

GDS 129: 2016 CXC 39 – 1993
Code of Hygienic Practice for Precooked & Cooked foods in Mass Catering

This Code deals with the hygienic requirements for cooking raw foods and handling cooked and precooked foods intended for feeding large groups of people, such as children in schools, the elderly either in old people’s homes or by means of meals on wheels”, patients in nursing homes and hospitals, persons in prisons, schools and similar institutions.
ICS 67.230 (C) 

GDS 37: 1998 CAR/RCP-1-1969 Rev. 3 1997
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) System and Guidelines for its Application

 Sets out the principle of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point System adopted by the Codex Alimentarius Commission.
ICS 67.020.03.120.10 (A)

GDS 121: 2014 CXG 1 – 1979
General Guidelines on Claims

These guidelines relate to claims made for a food irrespective of whether or not the food is covered by an individual Codex Standard 1.2 The principle on which the guidelines are based is that no food should be described or presented in a manner that is false, misleading or deceptive or is likely to create an erroneous impression regarding its character in any respect. The person marketing the food should be able to justify the claims made.
ICS 67.230 (A)

GDS 123: 2014 CXG 23 – 1997
Guidelines for use of Nutrition and Health Claims

These guidelines relate to the use of nutrition and health claims in food labelling and, where required by the authorities having jurisdiction, in advertising. The guidelines apply to foods which nutrition and health claims are made without prejudice to specific provisions under Codex standards or Guidelines relating to Foods for Special Dietary Uses and Foods for Special Medical Purposes. ICS 67.230 (B)

GDS 125: 2014 CAC/GL 62 – 2007
Working Principles for Risk Analysis for Food Safety for Application by Governments

The Working Principles for Risk Analysis for Food Safety for application by Governments are intended to provide guidance to national governments for risk assessment, risk management and risk communication with regard to food related risks to human health.
ICS 67.040 (A)

GDS 130: 2016 CXG 47 - 2003
Guidelines for Food Import Control Systems

This document provides a framework for the development and operation of an important control system to protect consumers and facilitate fair practices in food trade while ensuring unjustified technical barriers to trade are not introduced.
ICS 67.080.01 (B)

GDS 132: 2016 CXG 19 – 1997
Principles and Guidelines for the Exchange of Information in Food Safety Emergency Situations

These Guidelines provide guidance for responding to food safety emergency, and action must be undertaken to communicate the risks associated with the emergency. Due to trade globalization and increased import/export operations, it is possible that the management of a food safety emergency is the responsibility of more than one competent authority, and timely and coordinated collaboration among all relevant stakeholders, including food business operators and consumers, is required to ensure an effective response. The guidance also applies to feed whenever the use of the feed may result in unsafe food.
ICS 67.230 (A)

GDS 133: 2016 CXG 25 – 1997
Guidelines for the Exchange of Information between Countries on Rejections of Imported Foods

These guidelines provide the basis for structured information exchange on rejections of imported food where the reason for the rejection is related to food safety and fair practices in food trade.
ICS 67.230 (A)

GDS 134: 2016 CXG 91 – 2017
Principles & Guidelines for National Food Control Systems

This document is intended to provide practical guidance to assist the national government, and their competent authority in the design, development, operation, evaluation and improvement of the national food control system. ICS 67.230 (B) 

GDS 5: PART 1: 2001 CPEC
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis)

Applies to Breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh as ripe fruits to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.20 (A)

GDS 5: PART 2: 2011 CRS 24: Part 5: 2010 (First Revision)
Specification for Grades of Fresh Agricultural Produce: Mango (Mangifera indica)

Applies to mangoes (Mangifera indica) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh as ripe fruits to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: PART 3: 2001 42nd CCM
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Golden Apples (Spondian cytherea L.)

Applies to golden apples (Spondias cytherea L.) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh as ripe fruits to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: PART 4: 2011 CRS 24: Part 4: 2010 (First Revision)
Specification for Grades of Fresh Agricultural Produce: Hot Peppers (Capsicum fruitescens)

Applies to hot peppers (Capsicum fruitescens) of the lantern type grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: PART 5: 2001 CPEC
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Avocado (Persea americana)

Applies to avocadoes (Persea americana) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh as ripe fruits to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.20 (A)

GDS 5: PART 6: 2011 CRS 24: Part 10: 2010
Specification for Grades of Fresh Agricultural Produce: Tomatoes (Lycopersicun esculentum)

Revised This standard specifies the quality requirements of tomatoes of varieties (cultivars) grown from (Lycoperisicum esculentum), which are to be supplied fresh to the consumer after preparation and packaging.
ICS 080.20 (A)

GDS 5: PART 7: 1999 42nd CCM
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Sweet Potatoes (Ipomea batatas)

Applies to sweet potatoes (Ipomea batatas) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: PART 8: 1999 42nd CCM
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Carambola (Averrhoa carambola L.)

Applies to carambola (Averrhoa carambola L.) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh as ripe fruits to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing. ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: PART 9: 1999 CPEC
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Cassava (Manihot dulcis baill and Manihot esculenta craantz)

Applies to cassava (Manihot dulcis baill and manihot esculenta craantz) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: PART 10: 1999 42nd CCM
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Carrots (Daucus carota L.)

Applies to carrots (Daucus carota L.) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh as ripe fruits to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: PART 11: 1999 42nd CCM 
Specification for Agricultural Produce - Limes (Citrus aurantifolia)

Applies to limes (Citrus aurantifolia) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: PART 12: 1999 42nd CCM
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Onions (Allium cepa L.)

Applies to onions (Allium cepa L.) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.20 (A)

GDS 5: PART 13: 2001 CPEC
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Dasheen (Colocasia esculenta)

Applies to dasheen (Colocasia esculenta) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.20 (A)

GDS 5: PART 14: 2001 CPEC
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Dry Coconut (Cocos nucifera)

Applies to dry coconut (Cocos nucifera) grown in Grenada to be supplied in its fresh dry dehusked form to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.040 (A)

GDS 5: PART 15: 2001 CPEC
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Eddoe (Colocasia esculenta var antiquorum)

Applies to eddoes (Colocasia esculenta var antiquorum) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.20 (A)

GDS 5: PART 16: 2001 CPEC
Specification for Agricultural Produce Ginger (Zingiber officinalle Rose)

Applies to ginger (Zingiber officinalle Rose) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICSICS 67.040 (A)

GDS 5: PART 17: 2001 CPEC
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Papaya (Carica papaya)

Applies to papaya (Carica papaya) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh as ripe fruits to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.01 (A)

GDS 5: PART 18: 2001 CPEC
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Passion Fruit (Passiflora edulis sims)

Applies to passion fruit (Passiflora edulis sims) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: PART 19: 2001 CPEC
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Plantains (Musa paradisianca)

Applies to plantains (Musa paradisianca) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.20 (A)

GDS 5: PART 20: 2011 CRS 24: Part 8: 2010 (First Revision)
Specification for Grades of Fresh Agricultural Produce: Pumpkins (Cucurbita pepo duch ex lam)

This standard specifies the quality requirements for pumpkin, (Cucurbita pepo duch ex lam) to be supplied fresh to the consumer at the preparation and packaging stages. This standard does not apply to products for industrial processing.
Applies to pumpkin (Cucurbit pepo duch.ex lam) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.20 (A)

GDS 5: PART 21: 2001 CPEC
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Soursop (Annona muricata)

Applies to soursop (Annona muricata) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: PART 22: 2001 CPEC
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus)

Applies to watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: PART 23: 2001 CPEC
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Waternut (Cocos nucifera)

Applies to waternut (Cocos nucifera) grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh to the consumer market and excludes products for industrial processing.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: PART 24: 2002 USDA 1991
Specification for Agricultural Produce: White Potato (English/Irish/Table) (Solanum tuberosum)

Applies to all white Potatoes to be supplied fresh to the consumer market. It also describes minimum requirements for the grade, storage and labelling of white potatoes.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: PART 25: 2003 USDA 1991 CX/FFV 02/10
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Table Grapes (Vistis vinifera)

Applies to commercial varieties cultivars of table grapes grown from (Vistis vinifera), to be supplied fresh to consumer after preparation and packaging.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: PART 26: 2003 USDA 1976
Specification for Agricultural Produce: Apple (Malus syvestris)

Applies to all apples to be supplied fresh to the consumer market. It sets out specification and describes minimum requirements for the grade, storage and labelling of apples.
ICS 67.080.10 (B)

GDS 5: Part 27: 2011 CRS 24: Part 1: 2010
Specification for Grades of Fresh Agricultural Produce: Bananas (Musa paradisiaca)

This standard specifies the requirements for bananas grown from Musa spp. (AAA) of the Musaceae family, to be supplied fresh to the consumer, after preparation and packing. It also specifies the requirements for un-ripened green bananas after preparation and packing.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: Part 28: 2011 CRS 24: Part 3: 2010
Specification for Grades of Fresh Agricultural Produce: Cabbages (Brassica oleracea)

This standard applies to commercial varieties of cabbage (Brassica oleracea) to be supplied fresh to the consumer after preparation.
ICS 67.080.20 (A)

GDS 5: Part 29: 2011 CRS 24: Part 3: 2010
Specification for Grades of Fresh Agricultural Produce: Grapefruits (Citrus paradisi)

This regional standard specifies the quality requirements of commercial varieties of grapefruits grown from (Citrus paradisi) of the Rutaceae family, to be supplied fresh to the consumer, after preparation and packaging.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: Part 30: 2011 CRS 24: Part 6: 2010
Specification for Grades of Fresh Agricultural Produce: Oranges (Citrus sinensis)

The standard specifies the requirements for commercial varieties of oranges grown from (Citrus sinensis) Osbeck, of the Rutaceae family, to be supplied fresh to the consumer after preparation and packaging.
ICS 67.080.10 (B)

GDS 5: Part 31:2011 CRS 24: Part 7: 2010
Specification for Grades of Fresh Agricultural Produce: Pineapples (Ananas comosus)

This standard specifies the requirements for pineapples (Ananas comosus) Merr. of the Bromoeliceae family), which are to be supplied fresh to the consumer at the import and export control stage, after preparation and packaging.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 5: Part 32: 2011 CRS 24: Part 9: 2010
Specification for Grades of Fresh Agricultural Produce: Sweet Peppers (Capsicum annuum)

This standard specifies the requirements of sweet peppers (Capsicum annuum) which are to be supplied fresh to the consumer market at the export or import control stages, after preparation and packaging.
ICS 67.080.10 (A)

GDS 80: 2006
Code of Practice: Good Agricultural Practices for the Production of Fresh Produce

This Code of Practice describes the main requirements for good management practices that are necessary for the production of safe and healthy fresh foods in an agricultural and environmentally sustainable manner. These requirements are applicable to small, medium or large agricultural farms engaged in the production of fresh foods such as vegetables, fruits/or ground provisions. The Code of Practice does not set out to provide detailed or prescriptive guidance on every aspect of fresh food production.
ICS 65.020.20,65.020.30,65.060.50,65,65.080 (C)

GDS 124: 2014 CXC 44 - 1995
Code of Practice for Packaging and Transport of Fresh Fruits & Vegetables

This code recommends proper packaging and transport of fresh fruits and vegetables in order to maintain produce quality during transportation and marketing.
ICS 67.080.01 (B)

GDS 24: PART 1: 1994 BNS 126: Pt 4: 1980
Specification for Filling, Handling, Storage, Transportation and Location of Portable Cylinders for Liquefied Petroleum Gases

Covers plant for the filling of portable containers of LPG and the handling and storage of portable containers at such plant and the positioning of containers at consumers’ premises.
ICS 75.160.30 (B)

GDS 24: PART 2: 1996 BNS 130: 1982
Specification for Inspection, Testing and Requalification of Portable Cylinders for Liquefied Petroleum Gases

Describes requirements for the inspection, testing and requalification of portable containers for liquefied gases (LPG).
ICS 75.160.30 (B) 

GDS 1: PART 1: 2021 CRS 55 Part 1: 2016 (First Revision)
Labelling of Goods – General Requirements
 This standard establishes the general labelling requirements for goods. It is applicable to all goods which are sold, distributed or used, except those for which specific requirements have been elsewhere prescribed in Grenada National Standards, or national regulations.
ICS 55.020 (A)

GDS 1: PART 2: 2021 CRS 55: Part 2: 2016 (First Revision)
Labelling of Goods – Specific Requirements for   Pre-packaged Goods

This standard specifies requirements for the information to be included on labels of goods pre-packaged for sale, the method of display of such information, and where necessary, the wording and units of measurements to be used.
ICS 55.020 (B)

GDS 1: PART 3: 1990 TTS 76: Part 7: 2008
Specification for Labelling of all Products Manufactured from Textiles

Looks at the basic labelling requirements for garments and other products manufactured from textiles.
UDC 659.154.677 (A)

GDS 1: PART 4: 2018 CRS 5: 2010 (First Revision)
Specification for Labelling of Prepackaged Foods

This standard applies to the labelling of all pre-packaged foods to be offered to the consumer or for catering purposes. It does not apply to food: (a) sold unpackaged, or in an open or uncovered package; (b) weighed or measured in or counted into package in the presence of the purchaser; (c) intended for export only, which comply with the requirements of standards or laws on labelling of the country to which they are to be exported; (d) which is gift wrapped.
ICS 67.230 (A)

GDS 1: PART 5: 1992 TTS 21: 10: 500 Part 3: 1985
Specification for the Labelling of Commodities – Care Labelling of Textile Articles

Establishes a system of graphical symbols intended for use in the labelling of textile articles to provide information on procedures for restoring of creased or soiled textile articles.
UDC 677.027.8 (A)

GDS 1: PART 7: 1999 TTS 21: 10: 500
Requirements for Labelling: Labelling of Pesticides and Other Toxic Chemicals

Specifies the information to be included on labels of pesticide packages intended for the retail trade and the information to be included in the instructions printed on any leaflets accompanying the packages.
ICS 13.300:65.100 (B)

GDS 1: PART 8: 2021 TTS 76: Part 13: 2016 (First Revision)
Requirements for Labelling of Electrical Appliances 

Specifies labelling requirements for all electrical appliances produced, imported or used in Grenada. It specifies labelling information to be placed on the appliances as well as information to be placed on the packaging for such appliances. It applies to: 115 volts with a relative tolerance of ± 6%; or 230 volts, with a relative tolerance of ± 6%; 400 volts with a relative tolerance of ± 6%.
ICS 97.030 (A)

GDS 1: PART 9: 2002 JS 1: Part 8: 1978
Specification for Labelling of Animal Feeds

This standard sets out labelling requirements for animal feeds and shall be read in conjunction with GDS 1: Part 1.
ICS 55200:65.120 (A)

GDS 1: Part 10: 2022 CRS 57: 2019, MOD
Energy Labelling – Refrigerating Appliances – Requirements

This standard establishes the minimum energy performance standards (MEPs) for refrigerating appliances and relevant test method to specify the energy label. It also specifies the energy label requirements.
ICS 27.015 (A)

GDS 1: Part 11: 2022 CRS 59: 2019, MOD
Energy Labelling – Air Conditioners – Requirements

This document specifies the energy labelling requirements and the Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) requirements for non-ducted air-conditioners, single-package and or split-system, with only one interior unit, via the following parameters:
- Energy efficiency ratio (EER);
- Coefficiency of performance (COP).
ICS 27.200.23.120 (A)

GDS 41: 2021 CRS 40: 2016, MOD (First Revision)
Labelling of Brewed Products

This standard specifies requirements for the labelling of  brewed products to be traded in Grenada. It is not applicable to beverages that are not derived from cereals and are sold under common names, including the words, “beer” and “ale.”
ICS 67.160.10 (A)

GDS 84: 2008
Specification for the Labelling of Toys and Playthings

Describes the labelling requirements for locally made or imported toys and playthings for children sold in Grenada. This standard should be read in conjunction with GDS 1: Part 1.
ICS 13.300 (A)

GDS 86: 2008 CXS 107 – 1981
Codex General Standard for the Labelling of Food Additives when sold as such

This standard applies to the labelling of “food additives” sold as such whether by retail or other than by retail, including sales to caterers and food manufacturers for the purpose of their businesses. This standard also applies to food “processing aids”; and reference to food additives includes food processing aids.
ICS 67.220.20 (A)

GDS 113: 2012 CRS 37:2011
Specification for Labelling of Retail Packages of Aerosol Insecticides

This standard specifies the labelling requirements for aerosol insecticides in pressurized dispensers intended for household use.
ICS 13.300 (A)

GDS 120: 2014 CRS 0026:2012
Labelling of Tobacco Products (Including Cigarettes)

This standard applies to the labelling of individual packages and cartons of tobacco products intended for retail sale in the Caribbean Community. This standard specifies the information, the method of display of such information, the wording and presentation of health warnings to be included on the labels of retail packages of tobacco products intended to be sold in the Caribbean Community.
ICS 65.160 (D)

GDS 122: 2014 CXG 2 – 1985
Guidelines on Nutrition Labelling

These guidelines recommend procedures for the nutrition labelling of foods. These guidelines apply to the nutrition labelling of all foods. For foods for special dietary uses, more detailed provisions may be developed.
ICS 67.230 (B)

GDS 123: 2014 CXG 23 – 1997
Guidelines for use of Nutrition and Health Claims

These guidelines relate to the use of nutrition and health claims in food labelling and, where required by the authorities having jurisdiction, in advertising. The guidelines apply to foods which nutrition and health claims are made without prejudice to specific provisions under Codex standards or Guidelines relating to Foods for Special Dietary Uses and Foods for Special Medical Purposes.
ICS 67.230 (B)

GDS 131: 2016 CXS 180 – 1991
Labelling of and Claims for Foods for Special Medical Purposes

This standard applies to the labelling of and claims for foods for special medical purposes as defined in Section 2 below, and presented as such.
ICS 67.040 (A)

GDS 135: 2016
Requirements for Labelling: Labelling of Refrigerant Containers

This standard specifies all the labelling requirements for refrigerant containers. This standard does not specify labelling requirements for equipment and products which utilize ozone depleting substances or their substitutes including, but not limited to:
- domestic, commercial and industrial refrigeration units;
- aerosol sprays;
- foam products;
- cleaning solvents;
- vehicular air conditioning units;
- halon based firefighting equipment;
- domestic, commercial and industrial air conditioning units;
- fumigation products.
ICS 71.100.45 (A) 

GDS 90: 2011 CRS 14: 2010
Requirements for Good Management Practices for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises

This regional standard specifies requirements for a management system where a micro, small, and medium sized enterprise: a) Needs to demonstrate its ability to consistently meet applicable requirements for quality, environmental and occupational safety and health; and b) Aims to enhance its performance, through the process of continual improvement, assurance of conformity to applicable quality, environmental and occupational safety and health requirements, and the prevention of non-conformity by the application of this system.
ICS 03.100 (B)

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.
ICS 03.200 (B) 

GDS 70: 2003 CCS 0045: 1999
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. This standard applies to matches packed in boxes for domestic purposes and book matches. The requirements do not apply to specialty matches for advertising purposes.
ICS 97.180 (B) 

GDS 15: 1992 CCS 0021: 1992
Methods of Tests for Paints and Surface Coatings

Specifies basic methods for testing the physical properties of paints and surface coatings.
UDC 667.6 (C)

GDS 20: 1997 28th CCS
Sampling and Methods of Analysis of Sugars

This standard prescribes the sampling plans and methods of analysis for sugar.
ICS 65.050.67.180.10 (D)

GDS 51: 1999 CCS
Specification and Methods of Analysis of Sugar

Prescribes the sampling plans and methods of analysis for sugar.
ICS 65.050.67.180.10 (D)

GDS 96 Part 1: 2011 JS
Methods for Sampling and Testing of Mineral Aggregates, Sands and Fillers Part 1: Sampling, Size, Shape and Classification

This standard specifies methods for obtaining samples for tests specified in this and other Grenadian Standards. For such purposes as research, production control and the assessment of variation. Test methods are also specified for the determination of the properties of size and shape of mineral aggregates including clay, silt and dust and an aggregate classification is given to allow identification of samples by petrographical examination.
UDC 625.07:620.1 (D)

GDS 96: Part 2: 2011 JS
Methods for sampling and Testing of Mineral Aggregates, Sands and Fillers Part 2: Physical Properties

This standard specifies method for the determination of the relative density, water absorption, bulk density, voids, bulking and moisture content of aggregates and relative density, bulk density and voids of fillers. UDC625.07:620.1(D)

GDS 96: Part 3: 2011 JS
Methods for Sampling and Testing of Minerals Aggregates, Sands and Fillers Part 3: Chemical Properties

This standard covers the determination of the amount of water soluble chloride salts and organic impurities in the aggregate.
UDC 625.07:620.1 (A)

GDS 103: 2012 ASTM: C109/C109M-11b
Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength of  Hydraulic Cement Mortars (Using 2-in. Or (50-mm) Cube Specimens

This test method covers determination of the compressive strength of hydraulic cement mortars, using 2-in. or (50-mm) cube specimens.
NOTE 1 – Test Method C349 provides an alternative procedure for this determination (not to be used for acceptance tests).
ICS 91.100.10 (A)

GDS 104: 2012 ASTM: C128-12
Standard Test Method for Density Relative Density  (Specific Gravity) and Absorption of fine Aggregate

This test method covers the determination of the average density of a quantity of fine aggregate particles (not including the volume of voids between the particles), the relative density (specific gravity), and the absorption of the fine aggregate. Depending on the procedure used, the density, in kg/m3 (1b/ft3) is expressed as oven-dry (OD), saturated-surface-dry (SSD), or as apparent density. Likewise, relative density (specific gravity). The OD density and OD relative density are determined after drying the aggregate. The SSD density, SSD relative density, and absorption are determined after soaking the aggregate in water for a prescribed duration.
ICS 91.010.01 (A)

GDS 105: 2012 ASTM: C136 – 06
Standard Test Method for Sieve Analysis of Fine and Coarse Aggregates

This test method covers the determination of the particle size distribution of fine and coarse aggregates by sieving. Some specifications for aggregates which reference this test method contain grading requirements including both coarse and fine fractions. Instructions are included for sieve analysis of such aggregates.
ICS 91.010.01 (A)

GDS 106: 2012 ASTM: D6927 – 06
Standard Test Method for Marshall Stability and flow of Bituminous Mixtures

This test method covers measurement of resistance to plastic flow of 102 mm (4 in.) cylindrical specimens of bituminous paving mixture loaded in a direction perpendicular to the cylindrical axis by means of the Marshall apparatus. This test method is for use with dense graded bituminous mixtures prepared with asphalt, tar, and tar-rubber with maximum size aggregate up to 25 mm (1 in.) in size (passing 25 mm (1 in.) sieve).
ICS 91.100.30 (A)

GDS 107: 2012 ASTM: C42/C42M – 12
Standard Test Method for Obtaining and Testing Drilled Cores and Sawed Beams of Concrete

This test method covers obtaining, preparing, and testing cores drilled from concrete for length or compressive strength or splitting tensile strength determinations.
ICS 91.100.30 (A)

GDS 109: 2012 ASTM: C39/C39M – 12
Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength of Cylindrical Concrete Specimens

This test method covers determination of compressive strength of cylindrical concrete specimens such as molded cylinders and drilled cores. It is limited to concrete having a density in excess of 800 kg/m3 (50 lb/ft3).
ICS 91.100.30 (A)

GDS 111: 2012 ASTM: C143/C143M – 10a
Standard Test Method for Slump of Hydraulic-Cement Concrete

This test method covers determination of slump of hydraulic-cement concrete, both in the laboratory and in the field.
ICS91.100.10&91.100.30(A)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

GDS 59: 1999
Specification for Weights and Weighing Devices to be used in Trade

Prescribes the requirements for particular weighing devices suitable for use in trade. It applies to Counter scales, Equal Arm scales Hanging scales, Platform scales and Digital balances.
ICS 17.020 (A)

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.
ICS 01.060 (C)                                                                                                                                                           

GDS 75: 2003
Specification for Hazard Identification Tags

Specifies the requirements for hazard identification tags.
ICS 13.100 (C) 

GDS 2: PART 1: 1990 JS 2: Part 1: 1985
Code of Practice for Packaging - Factors Influencing the Selection of Packaging

Provides a source of information on the methods and materials used in packaging and provides guidance as to how they should be selected and used.
UDC 621.798.001.3 (C)

GDS 11: PART 1: 1992 CCS 0020: 1992
Specification for Paint: Interior and Exterior: Oil Modified Alkyd

Prescribes requirements for ready mixed alkyd paint for interior and exterior applications. The material is used for protection and decoration of wood and metal and is normally applied as a painting system over suitable priming paint.
UDC 667.6 (A)

GDS 11: PART 2: 1992 CCS 0019: 1992
Specification for Paint: Interior and Exterior – Emulsion Type, Flat

Applies to emulsion paint for interior and exterior use on masonry surfaces including concrete, brick, stucco, concrete block and on wood.
UDC 667.6 (A)

GDS 11: PART 3: 1999
Specification for the Limit on Lead Content in Paint

Prescribes a maximum limit on the lead content in paint and varnish supplied in fluid form. It applies to paints and vanishes that are used in households, on domestic furniture and appliances, in buildings and places open to the public, shops, offices, factories or for commercial purposes. UDC 667.6 (B)

GDS 15: 1992 CCS 0021:1992
Methods of Test for Paints and Surface Coatings

Specifies basic methods for testing the physical properties of paints and surface coatings.
UDC 667.6 (C) 

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.
ICS 13.300,65.100 (B)

GDS 58: 1999
Specification for the Maximum Residue Limits for Pesticides

This is an identical adoption of Codex standard. It sets out maximum residue limits (MRLs) for different pesticides. The pesticides are listed in numerical order of the Codex code number.
This Codex standard is outdated however, it is still kept on the Bureau’s catalogue until a final decision is made to a suitable revised version. There is no updated version of this standard on the Codex website. However, there is an online database of Codex MRLs found on the website. Therefore, this standard is not for sale and can be used only for reference purposes within the organization.
ICS 65.100

GDS 113: 2012 CRS 37:2011
Specification for Labelling of Retail Packages of Aerosol Insecticides

This standard specifies the labelling requirements for aerosol insecticides in pressurized dispensers intended for household use.
ICS 13.300 (A)

GDS 1: PART 7: 1999 TTS 21: 10: 500
Requirements for Labelling: Labelling of Pesticides    and Other Toxic Chemicals

Specifies the information to be included on labels of pesticide packages intended for retail trade and the information to be included in the instructions printed on any leaflets accompanying the packages.
ICS 13.300:65.100 (B) 

GDS 26: 2019 (First Revision)
Specification for Pneumatic Passenger Tyres

This standard applies to new and used pneumatic passenger tyres. This standard does not apply to retreated or regrooved tyres, or to used tyres (casings) intended for the rethreading or regrooving process.
ICS 83.160.10 (C)

GDS 27: 1997
Definitions of Terms used in the Pneumatic Tyres Industry

Defines terms related to passenger and commercial vehicle tyres.
ICS 83.160.10 (B)

GDS 28: 1997 BS 50:1989
Code of Practice for the Storage of Tyres, Inner Tubes and Flaps

This code of practice gives recommendations for storage of tyres, inner tubes and flaps.
ICS 83.160.10 (A)

GDS 48: 2021
Specification for New Pneumatic Tyres for Highway Commercial Vehicles (1st confirmation with amendment)

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.
ICS 83.160.10 (C) 

GDS 22: 1994 BNS 39: 1990
Specification for Whole Chicken: (Eviscerated) and Chicken Parts

Prescribes the requirements and the method of sampling and the test for whole chicken (eviscerated) and chicken parts.
ICS 67.120.10 (B)

GDS 3: PART 3: 1999 CAC/RCP – 14: 1976
Code of Hygienic Practice for Poultry Processing

This is concerned with poultry, poultry carcasses, poultry parts and other edible materials which have not yet been treated in any way to ensure their preservation, except that they have been chilled or frozen and are intended for human consumption, whether by direct sale as such or through further processing.
ICS 67.120.10 (B)

GDS 117: 2014 CRS 29: 2011
Specification for Poultry Feed and Feed Ingredients

This standard establishes specifications for nutrient requirements in the rations fed to poultry. It provides guidance on good manufacturing practices for the production of poultry feeds and good on-farm feeding practices. It applies to the production and use of all materials designed for poultry feed and feed ingredients at all levels, whether produced industrially or on farm.
ICS 65.120 (D) 

GDS 135: 2016
Requirements for Labelling: Labelling of Refrigerant Containers

This standard specifies all the labelling requirements for refrigerant containers. This standard does not specify labelling requirements for equipment and products which utilize ozone depleting substances or their substitutes including, but not limited to:
- domestic, commercial and industrial refrigeration units;
- aerosol sprays;
- foam products;
- cleaning solvents;
- vehicular air conditioning units;
- halon based firefighting equipment;
- domestic, commercial and industrial air conditioning units;
- fumigation products.
ICS 71.100.45 (A)

GDS 139: 2018
Code of Practice for the Safe Use, Handling, Storage and Transportation of Refrigerants

This code of practice specifies best practices for installation and servicing refrigeration and air conditioning systems. It applies to residential, commercial and industrial refrigeration and air conditioning systems. It also applies to mobile refrigeration, mobile air conditioning and refrigeration and air conditioning systems.
ICS 71.100.45 (C)

GDS 1: Part 10: 2022 CRS 57: 2019, MOD
Energy Labelling – Refrigerating Appliances - Requirements

This standard establishes the minimum energy performance standards (MEPs) for refrigerating appliances and relevant test to specify the energy label. It also specifies the energy label requirements.
ICS 27.015 (A) 

GDS 137: 2017
Requirements for the establishment and Operation of Early Childhood Centers

This standard applies to all privately and church owned and state (public) funded day care centers and pre-primary schools which care for children at the early childhood level.
ICS 03.180 (D)

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. It covers all areas of the Child Care Home operations which will affect the care children receive.
ICS 91.120.30:97.190 (C)

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.
ICS 11.020 (A)

GDS 25: 2003 TTS 170: 400: 1989 (First Revision)
Requirements for the Assessment, Licensing and Registration of the Accommodation Sector

Sets out the procedures by which hotels, apartments, guest houses and villas are to be assessed and licensed and also lays down the minimum requirements essential for the proper upkeep of accommodation facilities.
ICS 03.120.10:03.080.30 (C)

GDS 68: PART 1: 2003 TTS 579: 2001
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.
ICS 03.200 (A)

GDS 68: PART 2: 2003 TTS
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.
ICS 03.200 (B)

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.
ICS 03.200 (B)

GDS 114: 2014
Requirements for Watersports Operators

This standard applies to operators of watersports. It is intended to provide minimum requirements for watersports operations.
ICS 97.220.40 & 03.220 (C)

GDS 115: 2014 CRS 12: 2010
Specification for Short Term Vehicle Rental

This standard specifies the minimum requirements for acceptable practices relating to business conduct, physical facilities, vehicle fleet, personnel, customer guidance, contractual agreements, documentation, and handling of complaints for short-term vehicle rental operations. This standard applies only to motor vehicles that are classified as rentals and include motor cars, station wagons, vans, sports utility vehicles (SUVs) motorcycles, scooters and four-wheel-drive vehicles.
ICS 43.020 (B)

GDS 126: 2016
Code of Practice for Taxi Service Providers

This standard applies to all persons who provide taxi/tour services on land and sea to tourist/visitors and locals alike.
ICS 43.080 (A)

GDS 138: 2017
Guidelines for Community Tourism

This standard applies to all Community Based Tourism Enterprises both private and government owned operating in the state of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. It sets out minimum guidelines for the establishment and operation of a Community Based Tourism Enterprise.
ICS 03.200 (A)

GDS 140: Part 1: 2018
Code of Practice for Hairdressers and Barbers

This code of practice applies to persons who carry out business of hairdressing and barbering. It includes cutting, processing, treatment and styling hair for men, women and children and shaving of face and eyebrows and the waxing of eyebrows. This code of practice also applies to premises where hairdressing and barbering business operations are conducted.
ICS71.100.70 (A)

GDS 140: Part 2: 2019
Code of Practice for Tattoo Parlours and Body Piercing Facilities

This code of practice sets out requirements for sanitary and hygienic operations of tattoo parlours/studios and body piercing facilities. This code provides best practices for the provision of tattoo related and body piercing services. It applies to all persons involve in the practice of puncturing or piercing the skin or flesh of the human body, for the purpose of permanent tattooing and semi permanent skin colouring; and inserting of metal jewellery for cosmetic purposes. This code also applies to persons who do piercing of the ear lobes with spring guns or needles.
ICS 03.080.99 & 11.020 (B)

GDS 90: 2011 CRS 14: 2010
Requirements for Good Management Practices for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises

This regional standard specifies requirements for a management system where a micro, small, and medium- sized enterprise:
a) Needs to demonstrate its ability to consistently meet applicable requirements for quality, environmental and occupational safety and health; and
b) Aims to enhance its performance, through the process of continual improvement, assurance of conformity to applicable quality, environmental and occupational safety and health requirements, and the prevention of non-conformity by the application of this system.
ICS 03.100 (B) 

GDS 32: 1997 CCS 0035: 1995
Specification for Spices and Sauces

Prescribes requirements for the identity, comparison, purity and hygiene in processing, packaging, labelling, sampling and testing of spices.
UDC 613.291 (D)

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. It is intended to be used by producers/vendors of spice packages for the tourist trade.
ICS 97.220.10.55.020 (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. It also specifies requirements for ground nutmeg and mace derived from whole nutmeg and mace complying with this standard.
ICS 67.220.10 (A)

GDS 136: 2016 Guidelines for the Harvesting and Post Harvest
Handling of Nutmeg Pericarp (POD)

These guidelines apply to nutmeg pericarp (pod), harvested from nutmeg trees grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh for the purpose of agro processing. These guidelines are intended to be used by both suppliers and buyers of nutmeg pericarp (pods) as a quality and safety measure.
ICS 67.220.10 (A)

GDS 47: 1998 JS 1981
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.
ICS 03.080 (C)

GDS 54: 1999
Certification Procedures for Goods Covered by Regional Standards

This standard outlines the procedures for goods covered by regional standards, the competent authorities and testing facilities designated by law for
certifying such goods.
ICS 03.120.10 (A) 

GDS 18: 1994 28th CCM
Specification for White Sugar

Prescribes the requirements for dry granulated white sugar packed in containers not exceeding 50kg (1½ lb) and excludes Icing Sugar.
UDC 664.14 (A)

GDS 19: 1994 CCS
Specification for Brown Sugar

Prescribes the requirements for brown sugar which shall be the unrefined crystalline products from washed healthy cane packed in containers not exceeding 50 kg (1½ lb).
UDC 664.14 (B)

GDS 51: 1999 CCS
Sampling and Methods of Analysis of Sugar

Prescribes the sampling plans and methods of analysis for sugar.
ICS 65.050.67.180.10 (D)

GDS 52: 1999 28th CCM
Specification for Powdered (Icing) Sugar

Prescribes the requirement for powdered sugar (icing sugar) that is finely pulverized white sugar.
ICS 67.180.10 (A)

GDS 53: 1999 28th CCM
Specification for 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. It applies to sugar packaged in containers not exceeding. 50 kg (112 lbs.).
ICS 67.180.10 (A) 

GDS 1: PART 3: 1990 TTS 76: Part 7: 2008
Specification for Labelling of all Products Manufactured from Textiles 

Looks at the basic labelling requirements for garments and other products manufactured from textiles.
UDC 659.154.677 (A)

GDS 1: PART 5: 1992 TTS 21: 10: 500 Part 3: 1985
Specification for the Labelling of Commodities Care - Labelling of Textile Articles

Establishes a system of graphical symbols intended for use in the labelling of textile articles to provide information on procedures for restoring of creased or soiled textile articles.
UDC 677.027.8 (A)

GDS 83: 2007 CCS
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. It may also be used as a basis for developing quality control procedures in relation to exports and imports of clothing and for the preparation of more detailed specifications for particular garments.
ICS 61.040 (B) 

GDS 25: 2003 TTS 170: 400: 1989 (First revision)
Requirements for the Assessment, Licensing and Registration of the Accommodation Sector

Sets out the procedures by which hotels, apartments, guest houses and villas are to be assessed and licensed and also lays down the minimum requirements essential for the proper upkeep of accommodation facilities.
ICS 03.120.10:03.080.30 (C)

GDS 44: 1998 CCS 5:1994
Guidelines for the Production of Spice Packages for the Tourism Sector

This standard 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. It is intended to be used by producers/vendors of spice packages for the tourist trade.
ICS 97.220.10.55.020 (A)

GDS 68: Part 1: 2001 TTS 579: 200
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.
ICS 03.200 (A)

GDS 68: Part 2: 2003 TTS 579 2001
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 operating.
ICS 03.200 (B)

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.
ICS 03.200 (B)

GDS 114: 2014
Requirements for Watersports Operators

This standard applies to operators of watersports. It is intended to provide minimum requirements for watersports operations. This standard does not extend to the activities associated with commercial fishing.
ICS 97.220.40 & 03.220 (C)

GDS 115: 2014 CRS 12:2010
Specification for Short Term Vehicle Rentals

This standard specifies the minimum requirements for acceptable practices relating to business conduct, physical facilities, vehicle fleet, personnel, customer guidance, contractual agreements, documentation, and handling of complaints for short-term vehicle rental operations. This standard applies only to motor vehicles that are classified as rentals and include motor cars, station wagons, vans, sports utility vehicles (SUVs) motorcycles, scooters and four-wheel-drive vehicles.
ICS 43.020 (B)

GDS 126: 2016
Code of Practice for Taxi Service Providers

This standard applies to all persons who provide taxi/tour services on land and sea to tourist/visitors and locals alike.
ICS 43.080 (A)

GDS 138: 2017
Guidelines for Community Tourism

This standard applies to all Community Based Tourism Enterprises both private and government owned operating in the state of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. It sets out minimum guidelines for the establishment and operation of a Community Based Tourism Enterprise.
ICS 03.200 (A)

GDS 141: 2018
Guidelines for Craft Production

This document sets out guidelines and describes minimum requirements for the raw materials used in craft production. It also sets out processes and requirements for finishing of craft.
ICS 97.195 (B)

GDS 84:2008
Specification for the Labelling of Toys and Playthings

Describes the labelling requirements for locally made or imported toys and playthings for children sold in Grenada. This standard should be read in conjunction with GDS 1: Part 1:
ICS 13.300 (A)

GDS 128: 2016
Specification for Safety of Toys and Playthings

This standard applies to the safety aspects of toys and playthings intended specifically for children.
ICS 67.160.20 (C)

GDS 10: 1991 JS 165: 1988
Specification for the Content of Warranties for Goods

Stipulates the areas that shall be covered by written product warranties or guarantees, offered by manufactures, importers, retailers or other vendors in connection with the sale of goods.
UDC 65.027 (A)

GDS 71: 2020 CRS 1: 2010 (First Revision)
Specification for Packaged Water

This national standard specifies requirements for the purity, treatment, bacteriological acceptability, packaging and labelling of all waters that are pre-packaged for sale and used as beverages or in foods.
ICS 67.160.20 (D)

GDS 72: 2018 CRCP 1: 2010 (First Revision)
Code of Practice for Packaged Water

This code recommends appropriate general techniques for  collecting mineral water and spring water, the treatment, bottling, packaging, storage, transport, distribution and sale of packaged water, so as to guarantee a safe, healthy and wholesome product.
ICS 67.160.20 (B)

GDS 88: 2011 CRCP 6: 2010
Code of Practice for the Preparation of Frozen Fruit Pulps and Puree

This code of practice gives guidelines for the preparation, processing and packaging of frozen fruit pulps and purees for 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.
ICS 67.080.10 (B)

GDS 94: 2011 CRS 27:2010
Specification for Fruit and Vegetables Juices and Drinks and Fruit Nectars

This standard specifies requirements for juices and drinks derived from edible fruits and vegetables, fruit nectars, as well as non-carbonated beverages, containing no fruit or vegetable solids. This standard does not apply to juices, drinks and nectars that are incorporated into carbonated beverages, sold as syrups or cordials that contain nutritive sweeteners in excess of 30% by weight or sold to a manufacturer for further processing.
ICS 67.080.10 & 67.080.20 (D)

GDS 142: 2020
Carbonated Beverage - Specification

This standard prescribes the compositional, safety, packing, labelling, quality and testing requirements for carbonated beverages; with a view of harmonizing and facilitating fair intra regional trade. The standard does not include the following: waters (including mineral waters), fruit drinks, cereal based beverages, herbal beverages, energy drinks or juices.
ICS 67.160.20 (D) 

GDS 3: PART 1: 2011 CRCP 5: 2010 (First Revision)
Code of Hygienic Practice: General Principles of Food Hygiene

This Code of Practice details the essential principles of food hygiene within the food chain from primary production to the final consumer, stipulating the acceptable hygiene condition for producing food that is safe and suitable for consumption.
ICS 67.020 (B)

GDS 3: PART 2: 1993 CXC 71 R: 1991
Code of Hygiene for the Preparation and Sale of Street Vended Foods

Contains a series of requirements and practices to be observed in the preparation and consumption of street-vended food and beverages.
UDC 641:51 (A)

GDS 3: PART 3: 1999 CAC/RCP – 14: 1976
Code of Hygienic Practice for Poultry Processing

This is concerned with poultry, poultry carcasses, poultry parts and other edible materials which have not yet been treated in any way to ensure their preservation, except that they have been chilled or frozen and are intended for human consumption, whether by direct sale as such or through further processing.
ICS 67.120.10 (B)

GDS 9: 1991 JCP 1: 1976
Code of Practice for Footwear: Purchasing, Care and Handling of Complaints

Lays down the guidelines for the purchasing, (particularly for children) care and maintenance of leather, suede and canvas footwear as well as that of man-made materials.
UDC 685.3.004 (A)

GDS 23: Part 1: 1996 CAC/RCP 9 - 1976
Code of Practice for the Handling of Fresh Fish at Sea

It prescribes the hygienic requirements for the handling of fish at sea. (Applies to fresh fish, chilled but not frozen).
UDC 639.2.03.067 (A)

GDS 23: Part 2: 1996 CAC/RCP 16 - 1976
Code of Practice for the Handling of Fresh Fish at the Processing Plant

It prescribes the hygienic requirements for the handling of fish at the processing plant. (Applies to fresh fish, chilled but not frozen).
UDC 639.2.03.068 (A)

GDS 28: 1997 B 50: 1989
Code of Practice for the Storage of Tyres, Inner Tubes and Flaps

This code of practice gives recommendations for storage of tyres, inner tubes and flaps.
ICS 83.160.10 (A)

GDS 49: Part 2: 2001
Code of Practice for the Advertising of Food Products

Lays down the basic principles and rules of conduct for food advertising and claims.
ICS 03.080.20 (A)

GDS 68: Part 1: 2001 TTS 579: 2001
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.
ICS 03.200 (A)

GDS 68: Part 2: 2003 TTS 579 2001
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 operating.
ICS 03.200 (B)

GDS 72: 2018 CRCP 1: 2010 (First Revision)
Code of Practice for Packaged Water

This code recommends appropriate general techniques for collecting, processing, packaging, storing, transporting, distributing and offering for sale, all bottled or packaged drinking water for direct consumption.
ICS 67.160.20 (B)

GDS 80: 2006
Code of Practice: Good Agricultural Practices for the Production of Fresh Produce

This Code of Practice describes the main requirements for good management practices that are necessary for the production of safe and healthy fresh foods in an agricultural and environmentally sustainable manner. These requirements are applicable to small, medium or large agricultural farms engaged in the production of fresh foods such as vegetables, fruits/or ground provisions. The Code of Practice does not set out to provide detailed or prescriptive guidance on every aspect of fresh food production.
ICS 65.020.20, 65.020.30, 65.060.50, 65.080 (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.
ICS 03.200 (B)

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. It may also be used as a basis for developing quality control procedures in relation to exports and imports of clothing and for the preparation of more detailed specifications for particular garments.
ICS 61.040 (B)

GDS 88: 2011 CRCP 6: 2010
Code of Practice for the Preparation of Frozen Fruit Pulps and Puree

This code of practice gives guidelines for the preparation, processing and packaging of frozen fruit pulps and purees for use in the manufacture of fruit juices and nectars. 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.
ICS 67.080.10 (B)

GDS 89: 2011 CRCP 7: 2010
Code of Practice for the Manufacture of Wooden Craft Items

This code of Practice 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. This Code of Practice may be applied to all wooden craft items in the manufacturing stage or at the point of sale to retailers and end consumers. It focuses on work made by individual craftsperson by hand
ICS 79.080 (B)

GDS 118: 2014 CRCP 2: 2010
Code of Practice for Packaged Natural Coconut Water

This Code of Practice sets out the recommendations for the hygienic preparation of packaged natural coconut water including harvesting, processing, packaging, storing, transporting and distributing.
ICS 67.160.20 (A)

GDS 124: 2014 CAC/GL 62 – 2007
Code of Practice for Packaging and Transporting of Fresh Fruits & Vegetables

This code recommends proper packaging and transport of fresh fruits and vegetables in order to maintain produce quality during transportation and marketing.
ICS 67.080.01 (B)

GDS 126: 2016
Code of Practice for Taxi Service Providers

This standard applies to all persons who provide taxi/tour services on land and sea to tourist/visitors and locals alike. ICS 43.080 (A)

GDS 129: 2016 CXC 39 – 1993
Code of Hygienic Practice for Precooked & Cooked Foods in Mass Catering

This Code deals with the hygienic requirements for cooking raw foods and handling cooked and precooked foods intended for feeding large groups of people, such as children in schools, the elderly either in old people’s homes or by means of meals on wheels”, patients in nursing homes and hospitals, persons in prisons, schools and similar institutions.
ICS 67.230 (C)

GDS 139: 2018
Code of Practice for the Safe Use, Handling, Storage and Transportation of Refrigerants

This code of practice specifies best practices for installation and servicing refrigeration and air conditioning systems. It applies to residential, commercial and industrial refrigeration and air conditioning systems. It also applies to mobile refrigeration, mobile air conditioning and refrigeration and air conditioning systems.
ICS 71.100.45 (C)

GDS 140: Part 1: 2018
Code of Practice for Hairdressers and Barbers

This code of practice applies to persons who carry out business of hairdressing and barbering. It includes cutting, processing, treatment and styling hair for men, women and children and shaving of face and eyebrows and the waxing of eyebrows. This code of practice also applies to premises where hairdressing and barbering business operations are conducted.
ICS71.100.70 (A)

GDS 140: Part 2: 2019
Code of Practice for Tattoo Parlours and Body Piercing Facilities

This code of practice sets out requirements for sanitary and hygienic operations of tattoo parlours/studios and body piercing facilities. This code provides best practices for the provision of tattoo related and body piercing services. This national code applies to all persons involve in the practice of puncturing or piercing the skin or flesh of the human body, for the purpose of tattooing and semipermanent skin colouring; and inserting of metal jewellery for cosmetic purposes. This code also applies to persons who do piercing of the ear lobes with spring guns or needles.
ICS 03.080.99 & 11.020 (B)

GDS 37: 1998 CAR/RCP 1-1969 Rev. 3 1997
Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) System and Guidelines for its Application

Sets out the principle of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point System adopted by the Codex Alimentarius Commission. It also outlines general guidance for the application of the system while recognizing that the details of the application may vary depending on the circumstances of the food operation.
ICS 67.020.03.120.10 (A)

GDS 44: 1998 CCS 5: 1994
Guidelines for the Production of Spice Packages for the Tourism Sector

This document sets out guidelines and describes minimum requirements for the composition, purity, hygiene in processing, packaging and labelling of spices to be sold to tourist. It is intended to be used by producers/ vendors of spice packages for the tourist trade.
ICS 97.220.10.55.020 (A)

GDS 47: 1998 JS 1981
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.
ICS 03.080 (C)

GDS 77: 2004
Guidelines for the Production, Processing, Labelling & Marketing of Organically Produced Foods

These guidelines apply to the following products which carry, or are intended to carry, descriptive labelling referring to organic production methods: (a) unprocessed plants and plant products; and (b) processed product for human consumption derived mainly from (a) above.
ICS 01.110.67.020 (D)

GDS 121: 2014 CXG 1 – 1979
General Guidelines on Claims

These guidelines relate to claims made for a food irrespective of whether or not the food is covered by an individual Codex Standard 1.2 The principle on which the guidelines are based is that no food should be described or presented in a manner that is false, misleading or deceptive or is likely to create an erroneous impression regarding its character in any respect. The person marketing the food should be able to justify the claims made.
ICS 67.230 (A)

GDS 122: 2014 CXG 2 – 1985
Guidelines on Nutrition Labelling

These guidelines recommend procedures for the nutrition labelling of foods. These guidelines apply to the nutrition labelling of all foods. For foods for special dietary uses, more detailed provisions may be developed.
ICS 67.230 (B)

GDS 123: 2014 CXG 23 – 1997
Guidelines for use of Nutrition and Health Claims

These guidelines relate to the use of nutrition and health claims in food labelling and, where required by the authorities having jurisdiction, in advertising. The guidelines apply to foods which nutrition and health claims are made without prejudice to specific provisions under Codex standards or Guidelines relating to Foods for Special Dietary Uses and Foods for Special Medical Purposes.
ICS 67.230 (B)

GDS 130: 2016 CXG 47-2003
Guidelines for Food Import Control Systems

This document provides a framework for the development and operation of an important control system to protect consumers and facilitate fair practices in food trade while ensuring unjustified technical barriers to trade are not introduced. The Guideline in consistent with the Codex Principles for food Import and Export Inspection and Certification1 and provides specific information about imported food control that is an adjunct to the Guidelines for the Design, Operation, Assessment and Accreditation of Food Import and Export Inspection and Certification System2.
ICS 67.080.01(B)

GDS 133: 2016 CXG 25 – 1997
Guidelines for the Exchange of Information between Countries on Rejections of Imported Food

These guidelines provide the basis for structured information exchange on rejections of imported food where the reason for the rejection is related to food safety and fair practices in food trade.
ICS 67.230 (A)

GDS 136: 2016
Guidelines for the Harvesting and Post Harvest Handling of Nutmeg Pericarp (POD)

These guidelines apply to nutmeg pericarp (pod), harvested from nutmeg trees grown in Grenada to be supplied fresh for the purpose of agro processing. The guidelines are intended to be used by both suppliers and buyers of nutmeg pericarps (pods) as a quality and safety measure.
ICS 67.220.10 (A)

GDS 138: 2017
Guidelines for Community Tourism

This standard applies to all Community Based Tourism Enterprises both private and government owned operating in the state of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
It sets out minimum guidelines for the establishment and operation of a Community Based Tourism Enterprise.
ICS 03.200 (A)

GDS 141: 2018
Guidelines for Craft Production

This document sets out guidelines and describes minimum requirements for the raw materials used in craft production. It also sets out processes and requirements for finishing of craft.
ICS 97.195 (B)

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