Residues of veterinary medicines in food: 2016
Residues of veterinary medicines in food 2016 surveillance results.
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This document contains information on substances found in the UK where the level of concentration of a residue in an animal product is above the action point. Where a Maximum Residue Limit (MRL) is set, this is the concentration used. Where no MRL has been set, the Limit of Quantification (LOQ) is used which is the smallest analyte concentration for which a method has been validated with specified accuracy and precision to enable quantification.
The first table is a summary of the following detailed results table with outcomes of investigations into non-compliant samples and what action is being taken to avoid unacceptable residues in the future.
Published: 9 June 2016
Updated: 21 December 2016
- Updated results paper
- Updated National Surveillance scheme results attachment up to 31October 2016
- September 2016 update
- August 2016 update to the Residues of veterinary medicines in food attachment
- First published.