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Arable crops

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This document provides Product Category Rules (PCR) for the assessment of the environmental performance of UN CPC 011, 014, 017 and 019 ("Arable crops") and the declaration of this performance by an EPD.

This PCR will cover the following CPC-codes: 

  • Group: 011 - Cereals
    0111 - Wheat
    0112 - Maize (corn)
    0113 - Rice
    0114 - Sorghum
    0115 - Barley
    0116 - Rye
    0117 - Oats
    0118 - Millet
    0119 - Other cereals
  • Group: 014 - Oilseeds and oleaginous fruits
    0141 - Soya beans
    0142 - Groundnuts in shell
    0143 - Cottonseed
    0144 - Other oilseeds
  • Group: 017 - Pulses (dried leguminous vegetables)
    0170 - Pulses (dried leguminous vegetables)
  • Group: 019 - Forage products, fibres, living plants, cut flowers and flower buds, unmanufactured tobacco, and natural rubber
    01911 - Maize for forage and silage
    01912 - Alfalfa for forage and silage
    01913 - Cereal straw, husks, unprepared, ground, pressed, or in the form of pellets
    01919 - Forage products, n.e.c.

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Detailed information

Name: Arable crops
CPC Codes:011 Cereals
014 Oilseeds and oleaginous fruits
017 Pulses (dried leguminous vegetables)
019 Forage products, fibres, living plants, cut flowers and flower buds, unmanufactured tobacco, and natural rubber
Date of publication: 2013-06-12
Registration number: 2013:05
Date of expiration: 2020-06-23
Version: 2.0
GPI version: General Programme Instructions 2 (2014-2016)
Based on: PCR Basic Module: Products of agriculture, horticulture and market gardening
Related PCR: Vegetables
Other contributors:
  • McDonald's Europe
  • InVivo Group
  • Yara
  • Lieken
  • East Balt France
Geographical scope: Global
PCR committee: Life Cycle Engineering
Appointed PCR moderator: Matteo Peyron  Life Cycle Engineering

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