EFSA has published the latest annual report on #PesticidesResidues in food. It includes an analysis of more than 12,000 samples from 12 food products randomly collected as part of the EU-coordinated control programme – EU MACP. In 2020, those food products, which are sampled every three years, were: carrots, cauliflowers, kiwi fruits, onions, oranges, pears, potatoes, dried beans, brown rice, rye grain, bovine liver, and poultry fat.
The detailed results of the EU MACP are available on the website as browsable charts and graphs.
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