The term vitamins refers to organic compounds (and some other related compoiunds) that are essential in limited quantities to the normal growth and activity of many living organisms, but may not be normally synthesized by the body in sufficient amounts.

See also:
"Vitamins" is in the HS Code "2936.21"
  - -- Vitamins A and their derivatives

"Vitamins" is in the NAICS Code "424210"
  Drugs and Druggists' Sundries Merchant Wholesalers
  Vitamins merchant wholesalers

Ref: 122758/2006-10-01

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