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Official analytical methods for residues of plant protection products and pesticides

With the publication of the "Official Collection of Study Methods pursuant to § 35 LMBG (Foods and Other Commodities Act)", BfR is endeavouring to provide all the circles involved in the trade in foods, tobacco products, cosmetics and other commodities with reliable methods based on the latest scientific findings for the examination of products covered by the Foods and Other Commodities Act (LMBG). This loose-leaf collection can be obtained from the Beuth Publishing House Berlin.

In addition to the original methods and DIN methods, the Official Collection also contains various references to study methods published elsewhere which are placed on a par with the official methods through this reference. In the field of the residue analysis of plant protection products and pesticides, this applies in particular to the various methods published by the German Research Society (DFG). Because of the limited availability of the DFG collection of methods, these methods are available on request by BfR.

  • Official analytical methods for residues of plant protection products and pesticides (L 00.00 15) - Study of foods, additional multi-methods for the detection and determination of residues of plant protection products in foods
  • Official analytical methods for residues of plant protection products and pesticides (L 00.00 16) - Examination of foods, additional individual methods for the detection and determination of residues of plant protection products in foods

The printed version of the "Official Collection of Study Methods pursuant to § 35 LMBG" can be obtained from the Beuth Publishing House (see below, loose-leaf collection).

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