Note. European Union Member Countries – Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom are all members of the European Union (EU). Member nations are obliged to abide by Directives on MRLs issued by the Council of the European Communities. If no EU MRL exists, a general default MRL of 0.01 mg/kg applies.
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The MRL values listed below apply to grapes, unless otherwise stated.
Product group: Insecticide
Registered products: Mimic 700 WP
Comments:No Argentine MRL has been established. This is a Codex MRL which is acceptable, provided that the Argentine authorities do not consider there to be an unacceptable risk from the residue.
Comments:An MRL of 2.5 mg/kg has been established for raisins.
|European Union Member Countries||3||07/10/2009||11/07/2018|
MRL Notes:No MRL is established, but the Codex MRL (2 mg/kg) may be recognised.
Comments:This is the Codex MRL as no Israeli MRL has been established.
|Korea (Republic of)||2||
Comments:This is the Codex MRL as no Korean MRL has been established for grapes.
Comments:The MRL applies to wine.
Comments:This is a Codex value as no Malaysian MRL has been established.
Comments:For imported products the Codex MRL of 2 mg/kg will be recognised in New Zealand.
Comments:The MRL is the Codex MRL as no Sinagporean MRL has been established.
Comments:Switzerland defers to the European Union MRL for tebufenozide.
Comments:This is the Codex MRL, applicable when no MRL has been established.
|United States of America||3||09/12/2009||11/07/2018|
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