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Monitoring dioxins, PCBs, PFAS and flame retardants in agricultural and fishery products

Stefan van Leeuwen; Ron Hoogenboom; Antoine Nijrolder; Wim Traag; Jaap Immerzeel; Hanneke Brust; Caroline Dirks; Wouter A. Gebbink;
  • Published: 26 Jan 2022
  • Publisher: 4TU.ResearchData
On behalf of the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality (LNV), Wageningen Food Safety Research analyses samples of agricultural products of animal origin for dioxins, PCBs, brominated flame retardants (BFRs) and poly- and perfluorinated alkyl substances (PFASs). This includes meat, milk, eggs and fish.The samples are taken at the primary production or processing stage (e.g. in slaughterhouses or raw milk collection services). For dioxin-like compounds, 350 samples are first screened with the DR CALUX® method. Samples giving a signal indicating a level above the lowest action level are regarded as suspected. These samples are further examined using GC/HRMS as confirmatory method. Concerning fish, shellfish and crustaceans, approx. 25 samples are collected at sea by research vessels, at the fish auction, or from whole-sale traders (farmed fish).
Medical Subject Headings: food and beverages
free text keywords: Fisheries - Aquaculture, Fisheries - Wild Caught, Other Animal Production and Animal Primary Products, Primary Animal Products, WUR, LNV, WFSR, RIKILT, EU-regulation, 1881/2006, monitoring, survey, Agricultural product, animal origin, Dioxin, PFAS, PCB, BFR, brominated flame retardant, PBDE, poly- and perfluorinated alkyl substance, organochlorine pesticide, OCP, DR CALUX, GC/HRMS, GC-HRMS, meat, liver, milk, egg, fish, shellfish market model, crustaceans, Collection: Monitoring dioxins, PCBs and flame retardants in agricultural and fishery products, Time: from 2008-2020 and ongoing
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