The United States revised the residue limits of spinosyn and spinetoram in some foods
By: Date: 2021-04-08 Categories: foodwarning Tags: ,
Food Partner Network News According to the US Federal Register, on April 7, 2021, the US Environmental Protection Agency issued Regulations 2021-07185 and 2021-07186 to amend Spinosad and Ethyl The residue limit of Spinetoram in some foods.

   The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency conducted a risk assessment on its toxicity, dietary exposure, and impact on infants and young children, and finally concluded that the following residue limits are safe. The proposed amendments are as follows:

Products

Parts per million (ppm)

Dwarf berries, except strawberries, crop subgroup 13-07H

0.04

lettuce

8

Pitaya

1.5

 Fennel fresh leaves and stems

8

Corm cabbage

2

Leaf stalk vegetables, crop subgroup 22B

8

Head and stem Brassica vegetables, crop group 5-16

2

Leaf vegetables, crop group 4-16

10

   It is understood that this regulation will take effect on April 7, 2021. Objections or hearing requests must be submitted before June 7, 2021.