United States Agricultural Commodity Law and Legal Definition

According to 7 USCS § 5602(7), the term “United States agricultural commodity” means:

“(A) an agricultural commodity or product entirely produced in the United States; or

(B) a product of an agricultural commodity--

(i) 90 percent or more of the agricultural components of which by weight, excluding packaging and added water, is entirely produced in the United States; and

(ii) that the Secretary determines to be a high value agricultural product.

For purposes of this paragraph, fish entirely produced in the United States include fish harvested by a documented fishing vessel as defined in title 46, United States Code, in waters that are not waters (including the territorial sea) of a foreign country.”