Stay Informed with the Latest Standards
Food safety is a concern of consumers and governments around the world. Daily, governments are re-evaluating and changing their national chemical residue standards on food. Unless these regulatory changes are monitored, shipments can quickly be out of compliance with new regulations, resulting in rejected loads and huge financial loss. FoodChain ID’s database of global pesticide maximum residue levels (MRLs) on food products provides you with the information you need to ensure your exports comply with foreign standards.
- Explore MRLs for over 1,000 pesticides on 875 commodities in over 140 markets
- Compare standards easily between multiple countries
- Identify which MRLs are being revoked
- Be alerted if the standards you care about change
- Access reports that provide a full regulatory picture for each country
FoodChain ID regularly assists chemical companies, global regulators, growers, and food manufacturers on MRL policy issues. Our experienced team helps subscribers secure needed tolerances in key markets.
Over 4,000 organizations worldwide
National governments (including US, Australia, Peru, Korea and Uruguay)
Major chemical companies such as Bayer, Syngenta, BASF and Corteva
MRL values on nearly every commodity in all markets are presented so standards in different markets may be compared with each other.
Updated as regulations change, backed by strict quality assurance procedures.
Easily find key critical information not just on the permitted MRLs, but also on chemicals and commodities that are exempted, and on regulatory changes that are scheduled for the future.
Unparalleled support: Our regulatory intelligence team is ready to answer your specific questions.