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Report: Official data on pesticide residues in products of plant origin in Czech Republic (2004).

by D.Lesinsky, CEPTA, Slovakia

Source:

 

Country

Czech Republic

Name of the responsible authority

Czech Agriculture and Food Inspection Authority (CAFIA)

Name of the responsible person

Ing. Martin Klanica, Director of the Control, Laboratories and Certification Department

Website

http://www.szpi.gov.cz/eng/documents/article.asp?id=57821&cat=2200&ts=6ec46 

Email/phone/fax

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Form of the available data

Website-report and PDF-tables

Availability of data

Good

Availability of an English version

Yes

Evaluate transparency

Good

 

 

 

Legislation:

 

List the national regulation of pesticide residue monitoring in food of plant origin

1. Food law: No. 110/1997 Sb.

2. Order No. 158/2004 Sb. On pesticides´ MRL in food revised by Order No. 68/2005 Sb.

3. Plant protection law No. 326/2004 Sb.

4. Law on plant protection products - No. 329/2004 Sb.

5. Norm on methodology for taking of samples in pesticides monitoring No. 2002/63

Is the EU-harmonisation completed?

Yes

The monitoring report 2004 is sent to the EC already?

Yes

 

 

 

Structure of the monitoring:

 

List activities to improve or to extend the capacity of monitoring/food control authorities during the past years in view of EU-harmonisation

 

Is there a central or federal system of monitoring?

CENTRAL

Are there different reports regarding the national monitoring (which includes surveillance and enforcement samples) and the EU-coordinated monitoring?

national and EU-coordinated monitoring programme

 

 

 

 

 

 

Data:

 

Year

 

No. of samples (national monitoring)

No. of different pesticides analysed for

No. of different pesticides found

593

No. of samples (EU co-ordinated monitoring)

No. of different pesticides analysed for

No. of different pesticides found

130

No. of all samples

No. of different pesticides analysed for

No. of different pesticides found

No. of fresh/frozen samples

No. of samples - processed products

No. of samples - baby food

723

119

 

 

Concerning all samples:

No. of samples without residues (%)

 

No. of samples with residues below or at MRL (national or EU-MRLs) (%)

 

No. of samples with residues above MRL (national or EU-MRLs) (%)

 

No. of samples with residues of more than one pesticide
(multiple residues) (%); see CAFIA tables

 

38,9

 

59%

 

  2,1%

 

36,65%

Concerning domestic / import produce:

No. of Domestic samples (%)

No. of samples without residues (%)

No. of samples with residues below or at MRL (national or EU-MRLs) (%)

No. of samples with residues above MRL (national or EU-MRLs) (%)

No. of samples with residues of more than one pesticide
(multiple residues) (%)

 

No. of Import samples (%)

No. of samples without residues (%)

No. of samples with residues below or at MRL (national or EU-MRLs) (%)

No. of samples with residues above MRL (national or EU-MRLs) (%)

No. of samples with residues of more than one pesticide
(multiple residues) (%)

 

22,5%

 

 

 

 

 

 

77,4%

 

Evaluation of the data:

 

(please mention if the information is related to national/EU-monitoring, domestic/import food or specials e.g. baby food.. if possible)

The 723 samples contain 48 baby food samples: >MRL was found in 3 samples = 6,25% of baby food > MRL

Pesticides found most often  (found in more than 3% of analysed samples)

O-fenylfenol (66,2 % of samples); Bromide (33,3 %); Maneb group (17,8%); Imazalil (12,45); Carbendazim

(11%); Thiabendazole (10,8%); Ethephon (5,5%); DDT (sum) (4,93%); Procymidon (4,14%); Chlormequat (3,85%); Chlorpyrifos (3,59%); Endosulfan (sum of isomers) (3,19%)

Critical Commodities

 

Strawberries, Parsley, Beans, Cucumbers, Oranges (and citruss in general), Peppers, Leek, Lettuce, Carrot

Critical Commodity/pesticide combination

Strawberries / Cyromazine - Spain

Parsley / DDT - Czech Rep.

Beans / Endosulfan (sum of  isomers) – Spain + Chlorpyrifos - Egypt

Cucumbers / Endosulfan (sum of  isomers) - Spain

Oranges / Chlorpyrifos + Procymidon - Spain

Peppers / Pirimiphos-methyl - Spain

Leek / Tebuconazole  - France

Lettuce / Tolylfluanid – Belgium

Carrot / Linuron – Netherlands + Dieldrin – Czech Rep.

Rice / Permethrin - Czech Rep.

Official evaluation about acute or chronic risks?

 

 

 

 

Additional information:

 

Sampling by national authorities

(analytical methods, regulation e.g. according EU sampling Directive 2002/63/EC…)

According EU Directive: – 2 multi-residue methods (one MRM is based on ethyl acetate extraction, GPC clean-up and capillary gas chromatography (GC-ECD/NPD/MSD), second MRM is based on acetonitrile extraction followed by liquid chromatography coupled with ion-trap mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS)) and 3 single-methods (GC-MSD for dithiocarbamates, GC-ECD for inorganic bromine and LC-MS/MS for chlormequate).

Specific monitoring programmes on certain commodities?

 

Regarding data evaluation:

 

Are there available information on MRL-setting in your country (source, legislation)

 

Did the authority use national diet studies for the evaluation?

How did the authority respect vulnerable groups such as children and the unborn?

 

 

 

COMMENTS / NOTES:

 

 

good study on pesticides 2000-2004 published on 31.10.2005 only in Czech, with reg.No. VVP:PEST/2005/1/deklas:

http://www.chpr.szu.cz/vedvybor/dokumenty/studie/pest_2005_1_deklas.pdf

 

Posledná úprava Pondelok, 30 Jún 2008 19:14
 

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