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This instrument amends the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code through variations adopted by the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Council.
Administered by: Health
General Comments: This Standard was made by the Australia New Zealand Food Authority on 20 December 2001.
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislative Instruments Act 2003 s 54(1), Food Standards Australia New Zealand Act 1991 s 82(2)
Registered 10 Dec 2008
Gazetted 20 Dec 2001
Date of repeal 19 Mar 2014
Repealed by Health (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2014

AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND FOOD AUTHORITY

 

VARIATIONS TO THE FOOD STANDARDS CODE

 

(AMENDMENT NO. 58)

 

1.           Preamble

 

The variations set forth in the Schedule below are variations to the Food Standards Code (hereinafter called ‘the Code’) which was published by the National Health and Medical Research Council in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette, No. P 27, on 27 August 1987, and which has been varied from time to time.

 

The Schedule contains variations adopted by the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Council in November and December 2001.

 

These variations are published pursuant to section 32 of the Australia New Zealand Food Authority Act 1991.

 

2.           Citation

 

These variations may be collectively known as Amendment No. 58 to the Code.

 

3.           Commencement

 

These variations commence on the date of gazettal.

 

Note:  These variations were published in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette No. P 28 on 20 December 2001.

 

SCHEDULE

 

[1]          Standard A11 is varied by -

 

[1.1]       inserting in columns 1 and 2 respectively of the Schedule, after the entry for Lipase (Aspergillus niger) -

 

Lipase (Aspergillus oryzae)                             AMFEP Appendix 1

 

[1.2]       inserting in columns 1 and 2 respectively in the Schedule, after the entry for Pectinase (Aspergillus niger) -

 

Pectinesterase                     FCC p107 (enzyme preparations)

 

[1.3]       inserting in columns 1 and 2 respectively in the Schedule, after the entry for Phylloquinone

 

6-Phytase             FCC p107 (enzyme preparations)

 

[1.4]       omitting from column 1 of the Schedule Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, substituting -


Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then sulphonated whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 250% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose

 

[1.5]       inserting in column 1 of the Schedule immediately before Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then sulphonated whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 250% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose -

 

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with carboxymethyl groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 70% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose

Addendum 11

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with quaternary amine groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 250% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose

Addendum 12

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with tertiary amine groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 70% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose

 
Addendum 13

 

 

[1.6]       inserting immediately after Addendum 10 -

 

ADDENDUM 11

 

SPECIFICATION FOR CARBOXYMETHYL CELLULOSE

ION EXCHANGE RESIN

 

(a)          This specification relates to regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with carboxymethyl groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 70% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose.

 

(b)          The resins are limited to use in aqueous process streams for the isolation and purification of protein concentrates and isolates. The pH range for the resins shall be no less than 2 and no more than 10, and the temperatures of water and food passing through the resin bed shall not exceed 40°C.

 

(c)          When subjected to the extraction regime listed in the CFR Title 21 part 173.25(c)(4), but using dilute hydrochloric acid at pH2 in place of 5% acetic acid, the ion exchange resins shall result in no more than 25ppm of organic extractives.

 


ADDENDUM 12

 

SPECIFICATION FOR QUATERNARY AMINE CELLULOSE

ION EXCHANGE RESIN

 

(a)                This specification relates to regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with quaternary amine groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 250% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose.

 

(b)               The resins are limited to use in aqueous process streams for the isolation and purification of protein concentrates and isolates. The pH range for the resins shall be no less than 2 and no more than 10, and the temperatures of water and food passing through the resin bed shall not exceed 50°C.

 

(c)                When subjected to the extraction regime listed in the CFR Title 21 part 173.25(c)(4), but using dilute hydrochloric acid at pH2 in place of 5% acetic acid, the ion exchange resins result in no more than 25ppm of organic extractives.

 

ADDENDUM 13

 

SPECIFICATION FOR DIETHYL AMINOETHYL CELLULOSE

ION EXCHANGE RESIN

 

(a)          This specification relates to:

 

(i)           Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with tertiary amine groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 70% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose; and

 

(ii)          Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin then derivatised with tertiary amine groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin does not exceed 10% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose.

 

(b)          The resins are limited to use in aqueous process streams for the isolation and purification of protein concentrates and isolates. The pH range for the resins shall be no less than 2 and no more than 10, and the temperatures of water and food passing through the resin bed shall not exceed 50°C.

 

(c)          When subjected to the extraction regime listed in the CFR Title 21 part 173.25(c)(4), but using dilute hydrochloric acid at pH2 in place of 5% acetic acid, the ion exchange resins shall result in no more than 25ppm of organic extractives.

 

[2]          Standard A14 is varied by -

 

[2.1]       inserting in columns 1 and 2 respectively of Schedule 1 each chemical (shown in bold type) and its associated food and maximum residue limit for that food -

 


 

Chemical

Food

 

MRL

Isoxaflutole

 

Chick-pea (dry)

0.01

 

[2.2]       omitting from column 1 and 2 respectively of Schedule 1, in relation to each chemical shown in bold type below, the food and maximum residue limit for that food -

 

Chemical

Food

 

MRL

Chlorpyrifos

 

Tree nuts

0.02

Vegetables [except asparagus; brassica vegetables; cassava; celery; potato; tomato]

0.01

 

 

Cyanamide

 

Blueberries

0.05

 

 

Diafenthiuron

 

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables

0.5

Common bean (pods and/or immature seeds)

0.1

Potato

0.1

Tomato

0.5

 

 

Diofenolan

 

Sheep, edible offal of

0.2

Sheep meat (in the fat)

5

 

 

Emamectin benzoate

 

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables, head cabbages, flowerhead cabbages

0.005

 

 

Glyphosate

 

Pulses

0.1

 

 

Parathion-methyl

 

Cotton seed oil (crude)

0.05

Fruit

1

Vegetables

1

 

 

Phosphorous acid

 

Plums

100

 

 

Tebufenozide

 

Oranges, sweet, sour

1

 

 

Trichlorfon

 

Vegetables [except beetroot; Brussels sprouts; cauliflower; celery; kale; pulses; sweet corn (corn-on-the-cob)]

0.1

 

[2.3]       inserting in columns 1 and 2 respectively of Schedule 1, in relation to each chemical shown in bold type below, the food and maximum residue limit for that food listed -


 

Chemical

Food

 

MRL

Bifenthrin

 

Citrus fruit

0.05

 

 

Bromoxynil

 

Grapes

0.01

 

 

Carbendazim

 

Custard Apple

1

 

 

Chlorothalonil

 

Sunflower seeds

0.01

Tree Tomato

10

 

 

Chlorpyrifos

 

Leek

5

Vegetables [except asparagus; brassica vegetables; cassava; celery; leek; potato; tomato]

0.01

 

 

Diafenthiuron

 

Soya bean

0.1

 

 

Difenoconazole

 

Asparagus

0.05

 

 

Diflufenican

 

Grapes

0.002

 

 

Emamectin benzoate

 

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables, head cabbages, flowerhead brassicas

0.02

Cotton seed

0.005

Edible offal (mammalian)

0.002

Meat (mammalian)

0.002

Milks

0.005

 

 

Ethephon

 

Nectarine

0.5

 

 

Fipronil

 

Wine grapes

0.01

 

 

Fluazifop-butyl

 

Coffee beans

1.0

Sugar cane

0.1

 

 

Glufosinate ammonium

 

Coffee beans

0.05

 

 

Glyphosate

 

Adzuki bean (dry)

10

Coffee beans

0.2

Mung beans (dry)

10

Pulses [except adzuki beans; mung beans]

0.1

Sugar cane molasses

5

 

 

Haloxyfop

 

Sugar cane

0.01

 

 

Iprodione

 

Almonds

0.02

Sunflower seeds

0.05

 

 

Lufenuron

 

Cotton seed oil (crude)

0.5

Edible offal (mammalian)

0.01

Eggs

0.05

Meat (mammalian) (in the fat)

1

Milks

0.2

Poultry, edible offal of

0.01

Poultry meat (in the fat)

1

 

 

Metalaxyl

 

Edible offal (mammalian)

0.5

Meat (mammalian) (in the fat)

0.05

 

 

Myclobutanil

 

Asparagus

0.02

 

 

Norflurazon

 

Asparagus

0.05

 

 

Novaluron

 


Cotton seed oil, crude

2

 

 

Oryzalin

 

Coffee beans

0.1

 

 

Oxyfluorfen

 

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables, head cabbages, flowerhead brassicas

0.05

Coffee beans

0.05

Cotton seed

0.05

Tropical and sub-tropical fruit (inedible peel)

0.01

 

 

Parathion-methyl

 

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables, head cabbages, flowerhead brassicas

0.1

Carrot

0.5

Celery

3

Citrus fruits

1

Fruiting vegetables, cucurbits

1

Fruiting vegetables, other than cucurbits [except sweet corn]

0.2

Grapes

0.5

Leafy vegetables

1

Legume vegetables

0.5

Pome fruits

0.5

Potato

0.05

Pulses

0.2

Stone fruits

0.2

Sweet corn

0.1

 

 


 

Pymetrozine

 

Melons [except watermelon]

0.02

Watermelon

0.02

 

 

Spinosad

 

Melons [except watermelons]

0.2

 

 

Tebufenozide

 

Kiwi fruit

1

 

 

Trichlorfon

 

Peppers

0.5

Vegetables [except beetroot; Brussels sprouts; cauliflower; celery; kale; peppers; pulses [except soya bean (dry)]; sugar beet; sweet corn (corn-on-the-cob)

0.1

 

[2.4]         omitting from column 2 of Schedule 1 the maximum residue limit in relation to each chemical shown in bold type and each food shown below, and substituting the maximum residue limit shown below -

 

Chemical

Food

 

MRL

Abamectin

 

Cattle milk

0.02

 

 

Bifenthrin

 

Cotton seed

0.1

 

 

Glyphosate

 

Sugar cane

0.3

 

 

Iprodione

 

Macadamia nuts

0.01

 

 

Lufenuron

 

Cotton seed

0.2

 

 

Novaluron

 

Cotton seed

1

 

[2.5]       Omitting from Schedule 1 Emamectin Benzoate wherever occurring, substituting Emamectin.

 

[3]          Standard A16 is varied by -

 

[3.1]       omitting Table II, Group VII of the Schedule, substituting -

 


Group VII - Ion-Exchange Resins

 

Column 1

Column 2

Substance

Maximum permitted residue (mg/kg)

Cross-linked phenol-formaldehyde activated with one or both of the following: triethylene tetramine and tetraethylenepentamine

NS

Cross-linked polystyrene, chloromethylated, then aminated with trimethylamine, dimethylamine, diethylenetriamine, or dimethylethanolamine

NS

Divinylbenzene copolymer

NS

Epichlorohydrin cross-linked with ammonia and then quaternised with methyl chloride to contain not more than 18% strong base capacity by weight of total exchange capacity

NS

Hydrolysed copolymer of methyl acrylate and divinylbenzene

NS

Methyl acrylate-divinylbenzene-diethylene glycol divinyl ether terpolymer containing not less than 7% divinylbenzene and not more than 2.3% diethylene glycol divinyl ether, aminolysed with dimethaminopropylamine and quaternised with methyl chloride

NS

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with carboxymethyl groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 70% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose

NS

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with quaternary amine groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 250% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose

NS

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with tertiary amine groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 70% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose

NS

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then sulphonated whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 250% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose

NS

Sulphonated copolymer of styrene and divinylbenzene

NS

 

[3.2]       omitting from column 1 of Table IV, Group III of the Schedule the enzyme Phytase EC [3.1.3.8], substituting -


3-Phytase

EC [3.1.3.8]

 

[3.3]       inserting in columns 1 and 2 respectively of Table IV, Group III of the Schedule, after the entry for 3-Phytase –

 

6-Phytase                                          Aspergillus oryzae12

EC [3.1.3.26]

 

[3.4]       inserting in columns 1 and 2 respectively of Table IV, Group III of the Schedule, after the entry for Pectinase multicomponent enzyme

 

Pectinesterase

[EC 3.1.1.11]                                    Aspergillus oryzae13

 

[3.5]       omitting from Table IV, Group III of the Schedule Footnote 9, substituting –

 

9Lipase may be produced from a genetically manipulated strain of Aspergillus oryzae containing the gene for lipase isolated from -

 

(i)           Humicola lanuginosa and inserted by plasmids pBoe1960 and p3SR2; or

(ii)          Rhizomucor miehei.

 

[3.6]       inserting in Table IV, Group III of the Schedule, after Footnote 11 -

 

126-Phytase may be produced from a genetically manipulated strain of Aspergillus oryzae containing the gene for 6-phytase isolated from Peniophora lycii.

 

13Pectinesterase may be produced from a genetically manipulated strain of Aspergillus oryzae containing the gene for pectinesterase isolated from Aspergillus aculeatus.

 

[3.7]       omitting from Table VI of the Schedule the entry Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, substituting –

 

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then sulphonated whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 250% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose

 

[4]          Standard 1.3.3 is varied by -

 

[4.1]       inserting in the Table to clause 8 following the entry for Reaction resin of formaldehyde, acetone, and tetraethylenepentamine -

 

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with carboxymethyl groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 70% of the starting quantity of cellulose

GMP

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with tertiary amine groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 70% of the starting quantity of cellulose

GMP

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with quaternary amine groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 250% of the starting quantity of cellulose

GMP

 

[4.2]       omitting from the Table to clause 11 the entry Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, substituting –

 

Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then sulphonated whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide employed does not exceed 250% of the starting quantity of cellulose

 

[4.3]       inserting in the Table to clause 17 corresponding to the enzyme Lipase, triacylglycerol EC [3.1.1.3] in the column headed Source, after the entry for Aspergillus oryzae, containing the gene for Lipase, triacylglycerol isolated from Humicola lanuginose

 

Aspergillus oryzae, containing the gene for Lipase, triacylglycerol isolated from Rhizomucor miehei

 

[4.4]       omitting from the Table to clause 17 the entry for Pectin methylesterase or Pectinesterase [3.1.1.11], substituting

 

Pectin methylesterase or

Pectinesterase

EC[3.1.1.11]

Aspergillus niger

Aspergillus oryzae, containing the gene for pectinesterase isolated from Aspergillus aculeatus

 

[4.5]       omitting from the Table to clause 17 the entry for the enzyme Phytase EC [3.1.3.8], substituting -

 

3-Phytase

EC [3.1.3.8]

 

[4.6]       inserting in the Table to clause 17, following the entry for 3-Phytase -

 

6-Phytase

EC [3.1.3.26]

Aspergillus oryzae, containing the gene for 6-phytase isolated from Peniophora lycii

 

[5]        Standard 1.3.4 is varied by inserting in the Schedule immediately following the entry for Neotame –

 


Specification for carboxymethyl cellulose ion exchange resin

 

(a)          This specification relates to regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with carboxymethyl groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 70% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose.

 

(b)          The resins are limited to use in aqueous process streams for the isolation and purification of protein concentrates and isolates. The pH range for the resins shall be no less than 2 and no more than 10, and the temperatures of water and food passing through the resin bed shall not exceed 40°C.

 

(c)          When subjected to the extraction regime listed in the CFR Title 21 part 173.25(c)(4), but using dilute hydrochloric acid at pH2 in place of 5% acetic acid, the ion exchange resins shall result in no more than 25ppm of organic extractives.

 

Specification for quaternary amine cellulose ion exchange resin

 

(a)          This specification relates to regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with quaternary amine groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 250% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose.

 

(b)          The resins are limited to use in aqueous process streams for the isolation and purification of protein concentrates and isolates. The pH range for the resins shall be no less than 2 and no more than 10, and the temperatures of water and food passing through the resin bed shall not exceed 50°C.

 

(c)          When subjected to the extraction regime listed in the CFR Title 21 part 173.25(c)(4), but using dilute hydrochloric acid at pH2 in place of 5% acetic acid, the ion exchange resins result in no more than 25ppm of organic extractives.

 

Specification for diethyl aminoethyl cellulose ion exchange resin

 

(a)          This specification relates to:

 

(i)           Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin and propylene oxide, then derivatised with tertiary amine groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin plus propylene oxide does not exceed 70% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose; and

 

(ii)          Regenerated cellulose, cross-linked and alkylated with epichlorohydrin then derivatised with tertiary amine groups whereby the amount of epichlorohydrin does not exceed 10% by weight of the starting quantity of cellulose.

 

(b)          The resins are limited to use in aqueous process streams for the isolation and purification of protein concentrates and isolates. The pH range for the resins shall be no less than 2 and no more than 10, and the temperatures of water and food passing through the resin bed shall not exceed 50°C.

 

(c)          When subjected to the extraction regime listed in the CFR Title 21 part 173.25(c)(4), but using dilute hydrochloric acid at pH2 in place of 5% acetic acid, the ion exchange resins shall result in no more than 25ppm of organic extractives.

 

[5]          Standard 1.4.2 is varied by -

 

[5.1]       inserting in columns 1 and 2 respectively of Schedule 1 each chemical (shown in bold type) and its associated food and maximum residue limit for that food -

 

Isoxaflutole

The sum of isoxaflutole, 2-cyclopropylcarconyl-3-(2-methylsulfonyl-4-trifluoromethylphenyl)-3-oxopropanenitrile and 2-methylsulfonyl-4-trifluoromethylbenzoic acid expressed as isoxaflutole

Chick-pea (dry)

T*0.01

 

 

 

[5.2]       omitting from columns 1 and 2 respectively of Schedule 1, in relation to each chemical shown in bold type below, the food and the maximum residue limit for that food listed below -

 

Chlorpyrifos

Chlorpyrifos

Tree nuts

0.2

 

 

Cyanamide

Cyanamide

Blueberries

T*0.05

 

 

Diafenthiuron

Sum of diafenthiuron; N-[2,6-bis(1-methylethyl)- 4-phenoxyphenyl]-N’-(1,1-dimethylethyl)Urea; and N-[2,6-bis(1-Methylethyl)-4-phenoxyphenyl]- N’(1,1-dimethylethyl)carbodiimide, expressed as diafenthiuron

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables

0.5

Common bean (pods and/or immature seeds)

T0.1

Potato

T0.1

Tomato

T0.5

Diofenolan

Diofenolan

Sheep, edible offal of

0.02

Sheep meat

T5

 

 

Emamectin benzoate

No residue definition

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables, head cabbages, flowerhead brassicas

T0.005

Cotton seed

0.0005

 

 

Glyphosate

Glyphosate

Pulses

*0.1

 

 

Parathion-methyl

Parathion-methyl

cotton seed oil, crude

0.05

Fruit

1

Vegetables

1

 

 

Phosphorous acid

Phosphorous acid

Plums

T100

 

 

Tebufenozide

tebufenozide

Oranges, sweet, sour

T1

 

 

 

[5.3]       inserting in columns 1 and 2 respectively of Schedule 1, in relation to each chemical shown in bold type below, the food and the maximum residue limit for that food listed below -

 

Bifenthrin

bifenthrin

Citrus fruit

*0.05

 

 

Bromoxynil

Bromoxynil

Grapes

*0.01

 

 

Carbendazim

sum of carbendazim and 2-aminobenzimidazole, expressed as carbendazim

Custard apple

T1

 

 

Chlorothalonil

Chlorothalonil

Sunflower seeds

T*0.01

Tree Tomato

T10

 

 

Chlorpyrifos

Chlorpyrifos

Leek

T5

 

 

Diafenthiuron

Sum of diafenthiuron; N-[2,6-bis(1-methylethyl)- 4-phenoxyphenyl]-N’-(1,1-dimethylethyl)Urea; and N-[2,6-bis(1-Methylethyl)-4-phenoxyphenyl]- N’(1,1-dimethylethyl)carbodiimide, expressed as diafenthiuron

Soya bean (dry)

T0.1

 

 

Difenoconazole

difenoconazole

Asparagus

T*0.05

 

 

Diflufenican

Diflufenican

Grapes

*0.002

 

 

Emamectin benzoate

Emamectin B1a, plus its 8,9-Z isomer and emamectin B1b, plus its 8,9-z isomer

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables, head cabbages, flowerhead brassicas

0.02

Cotton seed

0.005

Edible offal (mammalian)

*0.002

Meat (mammalian)

*0.002

Milks

*0.005

 

 

Ethephon

ethephon

Nectarine

T0.5

 

 

Fipronil

Sum of fipronil, the sulphenyl metabolite (5-amino-1-[2,6-dichloro-4-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-4-[(trifluoromethyl) sulphenyl]-1H-pyrazole-3-carbonitrile),

the sulphonyl metabolite (5-amino-1-[2,6-dichloro-4-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-4-[(trifluoromethyl)sulphonyl]-1H-pyrazole-3-carbonitrile), and the trifluoromethyl

metabolite (5-amino-4-trifluoromethyl-1-[2,6-dichloro-4-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-1H-pyrazole-3-carbonitrile)

Wine-grapes

T*0.01

 

 

Fluazifop-butyl

Fluazifop-butyl

Coffee beans

T1

Sugar cane

T*0.1

 

 

Glufosinate ammonium

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

Coffee beans

T*0.05

 

 

Glyphosate

Glyphosate

Adzuki beans

T10

Coffee beans

T0.2

Mung bean (dry)

T10

Pulses [except adzuki beans; mung beans]

*0.1

Sugar cane molasses

T5

 

 

Haloxyfop

Sum of haloxyfop, its esters and conjugates, expressed as haloxyfop

Sugar cane

T*0.01

 

 

Iprodione

Iprodione

Almonds

*0.02

sunflower seeds

T*0.05

 

 

Lufenuron

Lufenuron

Cotton seed oil, crude

T0.5

edible offal (mammalian)

T*0.01

Eggs

T0.05

Meat (mammalian) (in the fat)

T1

Milks

T0.2

Poultry, edible offal of

T*0.01

Poultry meat (in the fat)

T1

 

 

Metalaxyl

Metalaxyl

Edible offal (mammalian)

0.5

Meat (mammalian) (in the fat)

*0.05

 

 

Myclobutanil

Myclobutanil

Asparagus

T0.02

 

 

Norflurazon

Norflurazon

Asparagus

T0.05

 

 

Novaluron

novaluron

Cotton seed oil, crude

T2

 

 

Oryzalin

Oryzalin

Coffee beans

T0.1

Oxyfluorfen

Oxyfluorfen

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables, head cabbages, flowerhead brassicas

*0.05

Coffee beans

T0.05

Cotton seed

*0.05

Tropical and sub-tropical fruit (inedible peel)

*0.01

Parathion-methyl

Parathion-methyl

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables, head cabbages, flowerhead brassicas

T0.1

Carrot

T0.5

Celery

T3

Citrus fruits

T1

Fruiting vegetables, cucurbits

T1

Fruiting vegetables other than cucurbits [except sweet corn]

T0.2

Grapes

T0.5

Leafy vegetables

T1

Legume vegetables

T0.5

Pome fruits

T0.5

Potato

*0.05

Pulses

T0.2

Stone fruits

T0.2

Sweet corn

*0.1

 

 

Pymetrozine

Pymetrozine

Melons [except water melons]

T0.02

Watermelon

T0.02

 

 

Spinosad

Sum of spinosyn a and spinosyn d

Melons [except watermelons]

T0.2

 

 

Tebufenozide

tebufenozide

Kiwi fruit

T1

 

 

Trichlorfon

Trichlorfon

Peppers

T0.05

 

 

 

[5.4]       omitting from column 2 of Schedule 1 the maximum residue limit in relation to each chemical and food shown below, substituting the maximum residue limit listed -

 

Abamectin

Sum of avermectin B 1a, avermectin B 1b and D-8,9 isomer of avermectin B 1a

Cattle milk

0.02

 

 

Bifenthrin

bifenthrin

Cotton seed

0.1

Grapes

*0.01

 

 

Glyphosate

glyphosate

Sugar cane

T0.3

 

 

Imidacloprid

Sum of imidacloprid and metabolites containing the 6-chloropyridinymethylenemoiety, expressed as imidacloprid

Cotton seed

*0.02

 

 

Iprodione

Iprodione

Macadamia nuts

*0.01

 

 

Lufenuron

Lufenuron

Cotton seed

T0.2

 

 

Novaluron

Novaluron

Cotton seed

T1

 

 

 

[5.5]       omitting from Schedule 1 Emamectin Benzoate wherever occurring, substituting Emamectin.