New MRL limits blur the line between food and commodities
Published: 7 Mar 2017
Maximum residue limits (MRLs) apply to agricultural and veterinary chemicals that are used in food production. The recent FSANZ Proposal P1027 (with effect from 12 January 2017) has amended the way that these limits apply to certain chemicals. This article explains the change, and demonstrates how two different interpretations of the new regulation could have differing impacts on different foods.
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