Volume 13, Number 6, Novembre-Décembre 2006
|Page(s)||373 - 377|
|Section||Qualité et Sécurité Sanitaire Des Aliments|
|Published online||15 November 2006|
La filière oléagineuse se mobilise autour de la problématique des résidus d’insecticides
CETIOM, Service transformation et valorisation des graines oléagineuses
11 rue Monge Parc Industriel
2 ITERG, Institut des Corps Gras, 11 rue Monge Parc Industriel 33600 Pessac
3 ONIDOL, 12 avenue George V 75008 Paris
4 CETIOM, Laboratoire d’Ardon, 270 avenue de la Pomme de Pin BP 90635, 45166 Olivet Cedex
Oilseed chain professionals are coordinated through a food safety survey plan, in order to have a realistic picture of contaminations in oilseed products. Pesticide residues are found in seeds and crude oils: they are mainly organophosphate insecticides (pirimiphos-methyl, dichlorvos, malathion) used for empty storage premises treatment and for stored cereal grains treatment. Even if studies showed that pests can be found in stored oilseeds, French regulation does not authorize these insecticides on stored oilseeds, which have however an affinity for liposoluble chemicals and can pick these up from storage environment. This uptake of insecticide residues by oilseeds from their storage environment can lead to levels that can exceed regulatory limits. Works are in progress in order to improve and standardize analytical methods for pesticide residues in oilseeds and oils.
Key words: oilseeds / vegetable oil / contaminants / pesticide residues / survey plan
© John Libbey Eurotext 2006
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