This system has been updated to No. 668.

This system has covered GB 31650-2019 standard and GB 31650.1-2022 standard, Announcement No. 250 (List of prohibited drugs and other compounds in food animals)No. 2454, No. 2505, No. 16, No. 89, No. 150, No. 186, No. 273, No. 284, No. 327, No. 350, No. 355, No. 365, No. 385 No. 657  AND  No. 668 . The query results are for reference only, please refer to GB 31650-2019 and GB 31650.1-2022 standard and various announcement documents for specific requirements.



Maximum residue limit for veterinary drugs in food; Veterinary drugs that are allowed to be used in food animals, but there is no need to establish residue limits; Veterinary drugs that are allowed to be used for treatment but cannot be detected in animal food; Drugs and other chemicals prohibited in food animals; Newly approved veterinary drugs.

It is applicable to animal food related to the maximum residue limit.

2.Terms and definitions
2.1 Veterinary Drug Residue

Residues of drug-relevant substances in any edible parts of animal products after medication of food-producing animals, including parent drugs and/or their metabolites.

2.2 Total Residue

The sum of parent drugs and/or their metabolites in any edible parts and animal products after medication of food-producing animals.

2.3 Acceptable Daily Intake, ADI

A measure of the amount of a specific substance in food or drinking water that can be ingested (orally) over a lifetime without an appreciable health risk. ADIs are expressed by body mass, of which the unit is ug/kg bw.

2.4 Maximum Residue Limit, MRL

The allowable maximum quantity/ concentration of a certain veterinary drug residue inside or on the surface of food after medication (Measured as fresh weight, in ug/kg).

2.5 Marker residue

Residues that have a clear correlation with the total residues in the target tissues after drug administration. It can be the drug prototype, related metabolites, or the sum of prototype and metabolites, or the total amount of residues that can be converted into a single derivative or drug molecular fragment.

2.6 Food-Producing Animal

Animals that can be used as food directly, or those whose products are edible.

2.7 Fish

Aquatic cold-blooded animals including Pisces, Elasmobranchs and Cyclostomes, but excluding aquatic mammals, invertebrates or amphibians. However, this definition may be applicable to some invertebrates, especially Cephalopods.

2.8 Poultry

Domestic birds including chicken, turkey, duck, goose, guinea fowl, and pigeon.

2.9 All other food producing species

All other food animals except the animal species specified under each variety.

2.10 Animal Derived Food

Animal tissues for human consumption and primary animal products such as eggs, milk and honey.

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