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  5. QB 22 – 207 Dried Milk, Cream, Whey

QB 22 – 207 Dried Milk, Cream, Whey


Dried milk, Dried cream, and Dried Whey, provided for in Chapter 4, Additional U.S. Note 12, of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule


January 1, 2022, through December 31, 2022


Monday, January 3, 2022

Restraint Level:

Aggregate quantity                 296,000 kgs.

224,981 kgs.    Agricultural license required

71,019 kgs.  No agricultural license required (subject to first-come, first-served quota)


Low Rate - Agriculture License Required

First Tariff Field                              



Low Rate - Agriculture License NOT Required

First Tariff Field                            




Use entry type code 02, 06, 07, 12, 23, 32, 38, or 52.

Report in kilograms (kg).


Products from Mexico are not to be permitted or included in the quantitative limitation and shall not be classified using the in-quota HTS numbers.

If no license is used or presented, and the total low rate quota of 296,000 kilograms is filled, the importer may enter the above commodities under the high rate as type 01 entry.

Please refer to Chapter 99, Subchapter IV, U.S. Note 1 for the list of countries that are not subject to additional agricultural safeguard duties under heading 9904.  Imports from these countries should be presented as a type 02 entry using the high rate (over-quota) tariff number provided for in Chapter 4, without the Chapter 99 HTS number. 

For further information on the Agriculture Licensing System, please contact Salam Elfarra at (202) 720‑9439 or Betty Ann Gonzales at (202) 720‑1344 of the Department of Agriculture.

Questions from the importing community regarding this electronic message should be  referred to the local CBP port.  The port may refer questions through email to


Last Modified: May 26, 2022