International Classification of Goods and Services
Edition ¹ 10
Meat, fish, poultry and game; meat extracts; preserved, frozen, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables; jellies, jams, compotes; eggs, milk and milk products; edible oils and fats.
Class 29 includes mainly foodstuffs of animal origin as well as vegetables and other horticultural comestible products which are prepared for consumption or conservation.
This Class includes:
This Class does not include:
Ajvar [preserved peppers]; albumen for culinary purposes; albumin milk; alginates for culinary purposes; almonds, ground; aloe vera prepared for human consumption; anchovy; animal marrow for food; apple puree; bacon; beans, preserved; black pudding; blood sausage; bone oil, edible; bouillon; bouillon concentrates; bouillon (preparations for making —); broth; broth concentrates; butter; butter (chocolate nut —); butter (cocoa —); butter (coconut —); butter (peanut —); buttercream; caviar; charcuterie; cheese; chips (fruit -); chips (potato —); chocolate nut butter; clams [not live]; cocoa butter; coconut butter; coconut, desiccated; coconut fat; coconut oil; colza oil for food; concentrates (bouillon —); concentrates (broth —); corn oil; cranberry sauce [compote]; crayfish, not live; cream [dairy products]; cream (whipped —); crisps (potato — ); croquettes; crustaceans, not live; crystallized fruits; curd; dates; edible birds' nests; edible fats; edible oils; egg nog (non-alcoholic —); eggs *; eggs (powdered —); eggs (snail —)for consumption; fat (coconut—); fat-containing mixtures for bread slices; fatty substances for the manufacture of edible fats; fermented vegetable foods [kimchi]; ferments (milk—) for culinary purposes; fillets (fish -); fish fillets; fish (food products made from — ); fish meal for human consumption; fish, not live; fish, preserved; fish (salted-); fish spawn (processed — ); fish, tinned [canned (am.)]; flakes (potato—); flaxseed oil for culinary purposes; foods prepared from fish; frosted fruits; frozen fruits; fruit chips; fruit jellies; fruit peel; fruit, preserved; fruit preserved in alcohol; fruit pulp; fruit salads; fruit, stewed; fruit-based snack food; fruits (crystallized —); fruits (frosted — ); fruits, tinned [canned (am.)]; game, not live; garlic (preserved —); gelatine*; gherkins; ginger jam; ham; herrings; hummus [chickpea paste]; isinglass for food; jams; jellies for food; juices (vegetable — ) for cooking; kefir [milk beverage]; kephir [milk beverage]; koumiss [kumiss] [milk beverage]; kumys [kumyss] [milk beverage]; lard for food; laver (toasted —); lecithin for culinary purposes; lentils, preserved; linseed oil for culinary purposes; liver; liver pate; lobsters, not live; lobsters (spiny—), not live; low-fat potato chips; maize oil; margarine; marmalade; marrow (animal — ) for food; meat; meat extracts; meat jellies; meat, preserved; meat, tinned [canned (am.)]; meats (salted — ); milk; milk (albumin —); milk beverages, milk predominating; milk products; milk shakes; mousses (fish —); mousses (vegetable —); mushrooms, preserved; mussels, not live; nuts, prepared; olive oil for food; olives, preserved; onions, preserved; oysters, not live; palm kernel oil for food; palm oil for food; pastes (liver—); pate (liver—); peanut butter; peanuts, processed; peas, preserved; pectin for culinary purposes; peel (fruit —); piccalilli; pickles; pollen prepared as foodstuff; pork; potato chips; potato crisps; potato flakes; potato fritters; poultry, not live; powdered eggs; prawns, not live; protein milk; pudding (black—) [blood sausage]; pulp (fruit —); raisins; rape oil for food; rennet; salads (fruit—); salads (vegetable—); salmon; salted fish; salted meats; sardines; sauerkraut; sausages; sausages in batter; sea-cucumbers, not live; seeds (processed —); seeds (processed sunflower—); sesame oil; shellfish, not live; shrimps, not live; silkworm chrysalis, for human consumption; snack food (fruit-based — ); snail eggs for consumption; soup (preparations for making —); soup preparations (vegetable —); soups; soya beans, preserved, for food; soya milk [milk substitute]; spiny lobsters, not live; suet for food; sunflower oil for food; tahini [sesame seed paste]; toasted laver; tofu; tomato juice for cooking; tomato puree; tripe; truffles, preserved; tuna fish; vegetable juices for cooking; vegetable salads; vegetable soup preparations; vegetables, cooked; vegetables, dried; vegetables, preserved; vegetables, tinned [canned (am.)]; weed extracts for food; whey; whipped cream; white of eggs; yoghurt; yogurt; yolk of eggs.