Food and Drug Administration Pesticide Residue Monitoring of Foods: 1983-1986

Publication Date Mar 1, 1991


Abstract Pesticide residues In foods are reported for the 4-year period 1982-1986 [fiscal years (FY) 83-86]. Results were summarized from the 2 complementary approaches that make up the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) pesticide residue monitoring program. Under regulatory monitoring, which focuses on residues in raw agricultural commodities, a total of 49 055 samples (27 700 domestic and 21 355 import) that Included fresh fruits and vegetables, grains and grain products, milk and dairy products, seafoods, and a variety of processed foods were analyzed. No residues were found In 60 and 48% of the domestic and Import samples, respectively, compared with 55 and 44% in FY78-82. About 3% of the domestic and 5% of the import samples were violative. In FY78-82, about 3 and 7% were violative, respectively. The other FDA monitoring approach, the Total Diet Study, was revised in April 1982 to expand coverage of age/sex groups, use updated diets, and provide for analysis of individual foods. Results from monitoring under this modified approach and from regulatory monitoring continued to demonstrate that pesticide residues In the U.S. food supply were well below regulatory limits, and dietary Intakes were many times lower than the Acceptable Daily Intakes established by international agencies


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