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Maximum Residue Level (MRLs) PDF Print E-mail
A Maximum Residue Level (MRLs) is defined as:
'the maximum concentration of pesticide residue (expressed as milligrams of residue per kilogram of commodity) likely to occur in or on food commodities and animal feeds after the use of pesticides according to Good Agricultural Practice (GAP).
MRLs are based on residue levels, which result from the approved use of the pesticide, and are set at a level which is as low as possible whilst accommodating the GAP. 
They are intended primarily as a check that GAP is being followed and to assist international trade in produce treated with pesticides.
The following links will take you to the web pages covering national MRLs in many countries in the world.


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