Pesticide residues in fruit and vegetables from Africa - a Nordic Project

Publication: Research - peer-reviewPoster – Annual report year: 2010

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In order to cover more commodity/country-combinations, the Nordic countries (Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark) are co-operating in monitoring. In 2008 the countries agreed to monitor samples from Africa. Together the Nordic countries analyzed a total of 623 samples from 18 different countries. Most of the samples came from South Africa (249), followed by Egypt (129), Morocco (92) and Kenya (88). In total 45 different commodities were analyzed, oranges (162) being the largest group, followed by beans with pods (80) and table grapes (71). In the analytical scope 220 to 345 pesticides and metabolites were covered.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2010
StatePublished

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Workshop8th European Pesticide Residue Workshop
Number8
CountryFrance
CityStrassbourg
Period20/06/1024/06/10
Internet addresshttp://www.eprw2010.com/
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