Staples pertain to products that are purchased routinely for everyday use, with little decision-making, and that must be in stock at all times, such as cleaning supplies and food.

See also:
"Staples" is in the HS Code "5507"
Artificial Staples Fibres, Carded, Combed Or Otherwise Processed For Spinning

"Staples" is in the UNSPSC Code "42312011"
Staples for internal use

"Staples" is in the NAICS Code "333515"
Cutting Tool and Machine Tool Accessory Manufacturing
Staples merchant wholesalers

Ref: 122768/2006-10-03


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