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GB 2763.1-2022: National food safety standard - Maximum residue limits for 112 pesticides in food
This document stipulates the maximum residue limits for 290 items of 112 pesticides including 2,4-sodium butyrate in food. This document applies to foods related to limits. The food categories and measurement locations (Appendix A), which are specified in GB 2763-2021, are applicable to this document. If the maximum residue limit of a certain pesticide is applied to a certain food category, it will apply to all foods under that food category, unless otherwise there are special provisions. If the limit values for the same pesticide and food specified in GB 2763-2021 are different from this document, this document shall prevail.
GB 2763.1-2022
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 65.100
CCS G 25
National food safety standard - Maximum residue limits for
112 pesticides in food
ISSUED ON: NOVEMBER 11, 2022
IMPLEMENTED ON: MAY 11, 2023
Issued by: National Health Commission of PRC;
Ministry of Agriculture of PRC;
State Administration for Market Regulation.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 6
1 Scope ... 7
2 Normative references ... 7
3 Terms and definitions ... 10
4 Technical requirements ... 10
4.1 2,4-D dichlorophenoxybutyric acid salt ... 10
4.2 2,4-D dimethyl amine salt ... 11
4.3 2,4-D triethanolamine salt ... 11
4.4 MCPA-isopropylamine salt ... 12
4.5 Abamectin ... 12
4.6 Chlorothalonil ... 13
4.7 Fenthion ... 13
4.8 Benzovindiflupyr ... 14
4.9 Difenoconazole ... 14
4.10 Phthalanillic acid ... 15
4.11 Fenpyrazone ... 15
4.12 Imidacloprid ... 15
4.13 Penthiopyrad ... 16
4.14 Pymetrozine ... 16
4.15 Pyraclostrobin ... 17
4.16 Profenofos ... 17
4.17 Chlorfenapyr ... 18
4.18 Kasugamycin ... 18
4.19 Pyridaben ... 19
4.20 Mancozeb ... 19
4.21 Zineb ... 20
4.22 Cyanamide ... 20
4.23 Fenaminosulf... 21
4.24 Diafenthiuron ... 21
4.25 Acetamiprid... 21
4.26 Boscalid ... 22
4.27 4-Chlorophenoxyacetic acid sodium salt ... 22
4.28 Dodine ... 23
4.29 Carbendazim ... 23
4.30 Polyoxins ... 23
4.31 Propaquizafop ... 24
4.32 Oxadiazon ... 24
4.33 Quinclorac ... 25
4.34 Dinotefuran ... 25
4.35 Picolinafen ... 25
4.36 Fluazinam ... 26
4.37 Fluridone ... 26
4.38 Sulfoxaflor ... 27
4.39 Hexaflumuron ... 27
4.40 Cyfluthrin ... 28
4.41 Flumorph ... 28
4.42 Oxathiapiprolin ... 28
4.43 Fluensulfone... 29
4.44 Fluxapyroxad ... 29
4.45 Pydiflumetofen ... 30
4.46 Procymidone ... 30
4.47 Cycloxaprid ... 31
4.48 Dimethacarb ... 31
4.49 Emamectin benzoate ... 31
4.50 Thiophanate-methyl ... 32
4.51 Mepiquat chloride ... 33
4.52 Methoxyfenozide ... 33
4.53 Cyenopyrafen ... 33
4.54 Fenoxaprop-P-ethyl ... 34
4.55 Metalaxyl-M ... 34
4.56 Quizalofop-P-ethyl ... 35
4.57 Jinggangmycin ... 35
4.58 Dimetachlone ... 35
4.59 Pirimicarb ... 36
4.60 Bifenthrin ... 36
4.61 Sulfuryl fluoride ... 37
4.62 Spirotetramat ... 37
4.63 Spirobudiclofen ... 38
4.64 Chlorantraniliprole ... 38
4.65 Mefentrifluconazole ... 39
4.66 Cyhalothrin ... 39
4.67 Chloroisobromine cyanuric acid ... 40
4.68 Malathion ... 40
4.69 Prochloraz ... 41
4.70 Etofenprox ... 41
4.71 Cyprodinil ... 41
4.72 Azoxystrobin ... 42
4.73 Bentazone ... 42
4.74 Cyazofamid ... 43
4.75 Fenvalerate ... 43
4.76 Clothianidin ... 44
4.77 Thiacloprid ... 44
4.78 Thiamethoxam ... 45
4.79 Thifluzamide ... 45
4.80 Thiediazole-copper ... 46
4.81 Benziothiazolinone... 46
4.82 Saisentong ... 47
4.83 Triflumezopyrim ... 47
4.84 Triclopyr ... 47
4.85 Tripyrasulfone ... 48
4.86 Triadimefon ... 48
4.87 Thiosultap-disodium ... 49
4.88 Cartap... 49
4.89 Lufenuron ... 50
4.90 Afidopyropen ... 50
4.91 Propamocarb ... 51
4.92 Metaldehyde... 51
4.93 Metolcarb ... 51
4.94 Terbutryn ... 52
4.95 Phenmedipham ... 52
4.96 Tebuconazole ... 53
4.97 Dimethomorph ... 53
4.98 Valefenalate ... 54
4.99 Ioxynil octanoate ... 54
4.100 Deltamethrin ... 55
4.101 Imibenconazole ... 55
4.102 Ivermectin ... 55
4.103 Etoxazole ... 56
4.104 Bupirimate ... 56
4.105 Propisochlor ... 57
4.106 Metolachlor ... 57
4.107 Isoproturon ... 58
4.108 Indoxacarb ... 58
4.109 Ametryn ... 59
4.110 Rotenone ... 59
4.111 Butralin ... 59
4.112 Fenobucarb ... 60
Index of general English name of pesticides ... 61
National food safety standard - Maximum residue limits for
112 pesticides in food
1 Scope
This document stipulates the maximum residue limits for 290 items of 112 pesticides including 2,4-sodium butyrate in food.
This document applies to foods related to limits.
The food categories and measurement locations (Appendix A), which are specified in GB 2763-2021, are applicable to this document. If the maximum residue limit of a certain pesticide is applied to a certain food category, it will apply to all foods under that food category, unless otherwise there are special provisions.
If the limit values for the same pesticide and food specified in GB 2763-2021 are different from this document, this document shall prevail.
2 Normative references
The contents of the following documents constitute essential provisions of this document through normative quotation in the text. Among them, for dated referenced documents, only the version corresponding to that date applies to this document; for undated referenced documents, the latest version (including all modification orders) are applicable to this document. This document and the supporting testing methods specified in GB 2763-2021 are applicable to the testing of corresponding parameters. GB/T 5009.174 Determination of metolachlor residues in peanut and soybean GB/T 20769 Determination of 450 pesticides and related chemicals residues in fruits and vegetables - LC-MS-MS method
GB/T 20770 Determination of 486 pesticides and related chemicals residues in grains - LC-MS-MS method
GB 23200.8 National food safety standard - Determination of 500 pesticides and related chemicals residues in fruits and vegetables - Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry
GB 23200.9 National food safety standard - Determination of 475 pesticides and related chemicals residues in grains - Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry YC/T 218 Tobacco and tobacco products - Determination of dimethachlon residues - Gas chromatographic method
3 Terms and definitions
The following terms and definitions apply to this document.
3.1
Residue definition [Translator's note: should be residue]
Any specific substances appearing in food, agricultural products, animal feed due to the use of pesticides, including pesticide derivatives considered to be of toxicological significance, such as pesticide transformation products, metabolites, reaction products and impurities, etc.
3.2
Maximum residue limit (MRL)
The legally permitted maximum concentration of pesticides in or on food or agricultural products, which is expressed in milligrams of pesticide residues per kilogram of food or agricultural products (mg/kg).
3.3
Acceptable daily intake (ADI)
The estimated amount of a substance that humans can consume every day
throughout their lives, without causing detectable harm to health, expressed as the amount that can be ingested per kilogram of body weight (mg/kg bw).
4 Technical requirements
4.1 2,4-D dichlorophenoxybutyric acid salt
4.1.1 Main use: Herbicide.
4.1.2 ADI: 0.02 mg/kg bw.
4.1.3 Residue: 2,4-D dichlorophenoxybutyric acid.
4.1.4 Maximum residue limit: It shall comply with the provisions of Table 1.
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