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Global trade of animal products is increasing due to a growing world population and demand for protein-rich foods. Frequently, governments re-evaluate and change their national regulations on animal products. Unless these changes are monitored, shipments can quickly be out of compliance with new regulations, resulting in rejected loads and financial loss. Our database of global maximum residue levels (MRLs) on animal products provides you with the information you need to ensure your exports comply with foreign standards.
Explore MRLs for over 400 veterinary drugs on all animal regulatory products in all major export markets
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Identify which MRLs are being revoked
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MRLs for nearly every commodity in 75 markets are presented so standards between markets can be easily compared.
Updated as regulations change, backed by strict quality assurance procedures.
Easily find 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.
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Current MRLs – Limited (Starter): U.S. based users will receive access to U.S. MRLs currently in force and corresponding MRLs for other markets; users outside of the U.S. will receive access to U.S. MRLs only.
Current MRLs: Officially established MRLs that are in force
Pending MRLs: MRL amendments which have been officially approved and will enter in force on a specified future date.
Proposed MRLs: Draft MRL amendments, or petitions under consideration. New, revised, and revocation proposals. Includes source document reference, published and comment due dates.
Change Report: A report that provides daily MRL changes in the database, with an email alert you can sign up and customize to inform you about when an MRL change occurs.