Mere mention of “Food Supplement” in the description in Bill of Entry or FSSAI is not decisive of the classification of the product: CESTAT [Read Order]

CESTAT held that the ingredient of the product clearly shows that they are Oils of Fish and the same are rightly classifiable under CTH 15042020
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Customs Excise & Service Tax Appellate Tribunal ( CESTAT ) has held that Mere mention of “Food Supplement” in the description in Bill of Entry or FSSAI is not decisive in the classification of the product. The assessee, M/s Health and Happiness ( H&H ) Trading India Private Ltd. had misclassified the products under incorrect…

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