GB 31650-2019 Translated English of Chinese Standard. (GB31650-2019): National Food Safety Standard -- Maximum Residue Limits for Veterinary Drugs in Food
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This standard specifies the maximum residue limits of 104 kinds (categories) of veterinary drugs, such as albendazole, in animal derived foods; specifies 154 veterinary drugs that are allowed to be used in food-producing animals, but do not require establishing a residue limit, such as acetic acid; specifies 9 kinds of veterinary drugs that are allowed to be used for therapeutic purposes BUT must not be detected in food-producing animals, such as chlorpromazine. This standard applies to animal derived foods, which are related to maximum residue limits.
albendazole allowed Aminoglycoside antibiotics Animal species Cattle Animal species Cattle/Sheep Animal species Table Anticoccidial drugs Antinematode drugs body weight Calcium Chicken/Turkey chloride Classification of veterinary edible tissues Egg Muscle Egg Residue limit external Fat Liver Kidney Fat with skin Fenbendazole food-producing animals prohibited gonadotrophin horses human Insecticides iodine Kidney Milk Muscle Kidney Milk Residue Kidney Muscle Fat Kidney Residue limit laying period Liver Kidney Milk Liver Kidney Muscle Liver Kidney Residue Liver Residue limit Macrolide antibiotics mammalian food-producing species Maximum residue limit meet the requirements Milk Muscle Fat Milk Residue limit Muscle Fat Liver Muscle Liver Kidney Muscle with skin oral Potassium Poultry prohibited prohibited during lactation prohibited during laying provisions Refers requirements of Table Residual marker skin Liver Kidney skin Residue limit Sodium species All food-producing species Cattle Table standard sulfate synthetic antibacterial drugs Target tissue Muscle tissue Muscle Fat tissue Muscle Liver veterinary drugs Vitamin