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This instrument amends food standards in the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code.
Administered by: Health
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislative Instruments Act 2003 s 54(1), Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991 s 82(2)
Registered 03 Aug 2006
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR09-Aug-2006
Tabled Senate09-Aug-2006
Date of repeal 19 Mar 2014
Repealed by Health (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2014

Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code – Amendment No. 87 – 2006

 

Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991

 

Preamble

 

The variations set forth in the Schedule below are variations to Standards in the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code published by the National Health and Medical Research Council in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette, No. P 27, on 27 August 1987, which have been varied from time to time.

 

These variations are published pursuant to section 23A of the Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991.

 

Citation

 

These variations may be collectively known as the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code – Amendment No. 87 – 2006.

 

Commencement

 

These variations commence on Gazettal.

 

Note:  These variations were published in the Commonwealth of Australia Food Standards Gazette No. FSC 29 on 3 August 2006.

 

SCHEDULE

 

[1]          Standard 1.2.4 is varied by inserting in Parts 1 and 2 of Schedule 2 –

 

Tara Gum                                        417

 

[2]          Standard 1.3.1 is varied by inserting in Schedule 2

 

417

Tara gum

 

[3]          Standard 1.3.3 is varied by

 

[3.1]       inserting in the Table to clause 17, for the enzyme Lipase, triacylglycerol EC [3.1.1.3], the source

 

Penicillium roquefortii

 

[3.2]       inserting in the Table to clause 17 –

 

Phospholipase A1

EC [3.1.1.32]

Aspergillus oryzae, containing the gene for phospholipase A1  isolated from Fusarium venenatum

 

[3.3]       inserting in the Editorial note following the Table to clause 17 –

 

Penicillium roquefortii is also known as Penicillium roqueforti


[4]          Standard 1.4.2 is varied by

 

[4.1]       omitting from Schedule 1, under the entries for the following chemicals, the food appearing in Column 1 of the Table to this sub-item, substituting the food appearing in Column 2 –

 

chemical

Column 1

Column 2

Procymidone

Beans [except broad bean and soya bean]

Beans [except green beans]

Triadimenol

Cereal grains

Cereal grains [except sorghum]

 

[4.2]       inserting in Schedule 1 –

 

Cyhalofop-butyl

Sum of Cyhalofop-butyl, Cyhalofop and metabolites expressed as Cyhalofop-butyl

Edible offal (mammalian)

*0.05

Eggs

*0.05

Meat (mammalian) (in the fat)

*0.05

Milks

*0.05

Poultry, edible offal of

*0.05

Poultry meat

*0.05

Rice

*0.01

 

 

 

[4.3]       inserting for the chemicals appearing in Column 1 of the Table to this sub-item, the chemical residue definitions appearing in Column 2 –

 

Column 1

Column 2

Uniconazole-p

Sum of Uniconazole-p and its

Z-isomer expressed as Uniconazole-p

 

[4.4]       omitting from Schedule 1 the foods and associated MRLs for each of the following chemicals

 


Acephate

Acephate (Note:  the metabolite methamidophos has separate MRLs)

Banana, dwarf

1

 

 

Cypermethrin

Cypermethrin, sum of isomers

Leafy vegetables [except lettuce head and lettuce leaf]

T2

Lettuce, leaf

2

 

 

Dithiocarbamates

Total Dithiocarbamates, determined as Carbon disulphide evolved during acid digestion and expressed as milligrams of Carbon disulphide per kilogram of food

Banana, dwarf

2

 

 

Methamidophos

Methamidophos

see also Acephate

Banana, dwarf

0.2

 

 

Metolachlor

Metolachlor

Chard (silver beet)

T*0.01

Spinach

T*0.01

 

 

Oxamyl

Sum of Oxamyl and 2-hydroxyimino-N,N-dimethyl-2-(methylthio)-acetamide, expressed as Oxamyl

Banana, dwarf

0.2

 

 

Procymidone

Procymidone

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables, Head cabbages, Flowerhead brassicas

T5

Broad bean (green pods and immature seeds)

10

Fruiting vegetables, cucurbits

T2

Indian mustard

T2

Mustard greens

T2

 

 

Pyridaben

Pyridaben

Banana, dwarf

0.5

 

 

Tebuconazole

Tebuconazole

Banana, dwarf

0.2

 

 

Terbufos

Sum of Terbufos, its oxygen analogue and their sulfoxides and sulfones, expressed as Terbufos

Banana, dwarf

0.05

 

 


 

[4.5]       inserting in alphabetical order in Schedule 1, the foods and associated MRLs for each of the following chemicals

 


Azoxystrobin

Azoxystrobin

Bergamot

T10

Burnet, Salad

T10

Chervil

T10

Coriander (leaves, stem, roots)

T10

Coriander, seed

T10

Dill, seed

T10

Fennel, seed

T10

Fennel, bulb

T0.1

Galangal, Greater

T0.1

Herbs [except as otherwise listed under this chemical]

T10

Kaffir lime leaves

T10

Lemon grass

T10

Lemon verbena (dry leaves)

T10

Mizuna

T10

Peas

T3

Rose and dianthus (edible flowers)

T10

Rucola (rocket)

T10

Turmeric, root

T0.1

 

 

Boscalid

Commodities of plant origin:  Boscalid

Commodities of animal origin:  Sum of Boscalid, 2-chloro-N-(4’-chloro-5-hydroxybiphenyl-2-yl) nicotinamide and glucuronide conjugate of 2-chloro-n-(4’-chloro-5-hydroxybiphenyl-2-yl) nicotinamide, expressed as Boscalid equivalents

Peas

T5

 

 

Chlorpyrifos

Chlorpyrifos

Swede

T0.3

 

 

Cypermethrin

Cypermethrin, sum of isomers

Leafy vegetables [except lettuce head]

T5

Radish

T*0.05

 

 

Fluazifop-butyl

Fluazifop-butyl

Sweet potato

T0.1

 

 

Glufosinate and Glufosinate-ammonium

Sum of Glufosinate-ammonium, N-acetyl glufosinate and 3-[hydroxy(methyl)-phosphinol] propionic acid, expressed as Glufosinate (free acid)

Cotton seed

T5

 

 

Iprodione

Iprodione

Chard (silver beet)

T5

Spinach

T5

 

 

Metolachlor

Metolachlor

Brassica leafy vegetables

T*0.01

 

 

Prometryn

Prometryn

Coriander (leaves, stem, roots)

T1

Coriander, seed

T1

 

 

Sethoxydim

sum of Sethoxydim and metabolites containing the 5-(2-ethylthiopropyl)cyclohexene-3-one and

5-hydroxycyclohexene-3-one moieties and their sulfoxides and sulfones, expressed as Sethoxydim

Rhubarb

T0.1

 

 

Thiamethoxam

Commodities of plant origin:  Thiamethoxam

Commodities of animal origin:  Sum of Thiamethoxam and N-(2-chloro-thiazol-5-ylmethyl)-N’-methyl-N’-nitro-guanidine, expressed as Thiamethoxam

Tree nuts

T0.02

 

 

Triadimenol

Triadimenol

see also Triadimefon

Parsnip

T0.2

Radish

T0.2

Sorghum

0.5

Swede

T0.2

Turnip, garden

T0.2

 

 

Trifloxystrobin

Sum of Trifloxystrobin and its acid metabolite ((E,E)-methoxyimino-[2-[1-(3-trifluoromethylphenyl)-ethylideneaminooxymethyl]phenyl] acetic acid), expressed as Trifloxystrobin equivalents

Macadamia nuts

T*0.05

 

 

Uniconazole-p

Sum of uniconazole-p and its

Z-isomer expressed as uniconazole-p

Poppy seed

*0.01

 

 


 

[4.6]       omitting from Schedule 1, under the entries for the following chemicals, the maximum residue limit for the food, substituting

 

Abamectin

sum of Avermectin b1a, Avermectin b1b and (z)-8,9 Avermectin b1a, and (z)-8,9 Avermectin b1b

Soya bean (dry)

*0.002

 

 

Doramectin

Doramectin

Cattle milk

0.05

 

 

Fluquinconazole

Fluquinconazole

Pome fruits

0.3

 

 

Iprodione

Iprodione

Brussels sprouts

T1

 

 

Pyrimethanil

Pyrimethanil

Pome fruits

0.05

 

 

Triadimenol

Triadimenol

see also Triadimefon

Peppers, Sweet

T1

 

 

 

[5]          Standard 1.5.2 is varied by inserting into Column 1 of the Table to clause 2

 


 

Food derived from insect-protected and glyphosate-tolerant corn line MON88017

 

Food derived from insect-protected corn line MIR604