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RESIDUS DE PESTICIDES DANS L'AGRICULTURE BIOLOGIQUE

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PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-008681-16 Pourquoi la Commission veut-elle des pesticides dans les produits biologiques? La Commission est actuellement en train d'établir une refonte de la politique européenne sur l'agriculture biologique.

PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-008681-16 Pourquoi la Commission veut-elle des pesticides dans les produits biologiques?

Elle propose notamment d'instaurer des seuils de produits non autorisés — pesticides et OGM — au-dessus desquels un produit bio perdrait automatiquement sa certification. Les résidus de pesticides peuvent actuellement être retrouvés dans 15 % des produits bio. Mais ils ne proviennent pas de fraudes des agriculteurs. Elles restent très rares. Il s'agit de contaminations fortuites, dans les champs surtout, ou pendant les diverses étapes de production: transport, conditionnement, distribution.

La Commission a-t-elle conscience qu'en faisant cela, elle pénalisera doublement les agriculteurs bio victimes d'une contamination, en déclassant l'ensemble de leur récolte, alors qu'ils ne sont pas responsables de cette contamination? C'est un autre chemin qu'il faut prendre pour garantir les labels bio. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-010662-15 EU organic logo and pesticide contamination of food. Consumers today are increasingly turning to organically farmed foods.

PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-010662-15 EU organic logo and pesticide contamination of food

The EU organic logo is intended to enable consumers to be confident that organic produce is free of harmful substances or other pesticides. Organic farmers are not officially permitted to employ conventional plant protection products. Despite this, inspectors have found traces of pesticides in some cases. Often, this is not due to the method of cultivation, but to the fact that organic land is located in the vicinity of conventionally farmed land, the pesticides from which are spread by the wind. 1. 2. 3. EHP - 2015 - Estimating Pesticide Exposure from Dietary Intake and Organic Food Choices: The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA)

DG SANCO 02/07/15 Food and Veterinary Office - audit reports - GB United Kingdom - Pesticide residue controls in organic production. Cookies This site uses cookies to offer you a better browsing experience.

DG SANCO 02/07/15 Food and Veterinary Office - audit reports - GB United Kingdom - Pesticide residue controls in organic production

Find out more on how we use cookies and how you can change your settings. European Commission Accessibility tools Service tools Language Navigation path Browse section: All Topics News More Contact us Additional tools. Sustainability 2014, 6(6), 3552-3570 Perspective on Dietary Risk Assessment of Pesticide Residues in Organic Food. 1.

Sustainability 2014, 6(6), 3552-3570 Perspective on Dietary Risk Assessment of Pesticide Residues in Organic Food

Introduction: Pesticide Residues in Organic Food Organic food sales in the US have grown annually in double digits over the past 25 years to become a $28 billion industry as of 2012 [1]. While organic food is still seen as a niche market, in certain product categories market share for organic is significant. For example, organic salad mix accounted for 22% of all salad mix sales in 2012 [2], and organic fresh fruits and vegetables command over 10% of market share [3]. The growth in organic food is related to a number of factors. “Health” is reported as the foremost reason why consumers purchase organic food in an overwhelming majority of studies reviewed [4,5,8,9,10]. BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY 05/02/15 Study Helps Predict Pesticide Exposure in Diet. While health-conscious individuals understand the benefits of eating fresh fruits and veggies, they may not be aware of the amount of pesticides they could be ingesting along with their vitamin C and fiber.

BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY 05/02/15 Study Helps Predict Pesticide Exposure in Diet

A new study published in the Feb. 5 edition of Environmental Health Perspectives is among the first to predict a person’s pesticide exposure based on information about their usual diet. The study was led by Cynthia Curl, an assistant professor in Boise State University’s School of Allied Health Sciences. She recently joined Boise State from the University of Washington. Cynthia Curl Curl and her colleagues analyzed the dietary exposure of nearly 4,500 people from six U.S. cities to organophosphates (OPs), the most common insecticides used on conventionally grown produce in the United States.

The researchers were able to predict each participant’s exposure to OP pesticides based on the amount and type of produce each participant typically ate and the U.S. CTVNEWS 07/02/15 Organic foods really do have less pesticides: study. A recent study at Boise State University in Idaho says that when it comes to pesticide exposure, organic foods live up to the health hype that's been surrounding them for decades.

CTVNEWS 07/02/15 Organic foods really do have less pesticides: study

In their study, which was published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives, the research team worked with dietary data from 4,500 people from six cities in the U.S. Using the data, they were able to analyze exposure to components called organophosphates that are found in the insecticides that are widely used among conventional producers in the U.S. Participants' exposure to organophosphates was calculated using the U.S.

Department of Agriculture's measurements of pesticide residue levels in the foods in their diets and the amount of those foods they actually consumed. The research team then compared these sums to the pesticide levels obtained from urine samples of a subset of 720 participants. EHP - FEV 2015 - Estimating Pesticide Exposure from Dietary Intake and Organic Food Choices: The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA) TELEJOURNAL GRAND MONTREAL - JANV 2014 - Des pesticides dans les aliments biologiques. Innovations Agronomiques (2009) 4, 259-268 Rémanence des pesticides dans les eaux issues de parcelles agricoles récemment conver. INTECH - OCT 2011 - Pesticide Residues in Natural Products with Pharmaceutical Use: Occurrence, Analytical Advances and Perspect.

INTECH - OCT 2011 - Pesticide Residues in Natural Products with Pharmaceutical Use: Occurrence, Analytical Advances and Perspect. Chemisches und Veterinäruntersuchungsamt Stuttgart - 2004 - Poster : Pesticide Residues in Organically Grown Commodities from th. TESTS ACHATS - DEC 2008 - Des résidus de pesticides dans les vins bio. Dans la revue test-achats de décembre 2008 . n° 526, une enquête sur la présence de résidus de pesticides dans le vin, par R.

TESTS ACHATS - DEC 2008 - Des résidus de pesticides dans les vins bio

Remy, M. Baert et M. Gonnissen. Il suffit apparemment d’être en Belgique, de l’autre côté de la frontière donc, pour trouver une étude un peu plus approfondie et sérieuse sur la présence ou non de résidus de pesticides dans les vins Français mais aussi Allemand, Argentin, Chilien etc… Si les Belges adorent le vin, il est à noter qu’ils se posent les mêmes questions que nous, mais que eux se donnent les moyens d’y répondre, de part le seul fait que la Belgique n’est pas un pays producteur de vin. Au niveau européen, l’Autorité Européenne de Sécurité des Aliments a fixé une LMR pour les produits alimentaires dont le vin ne fait pas partie mais le raisin de cuve oui. Journal of Agroalimentary Processes and Technologies 2011, 17 (2), 113-115 Pesticide Residues in Organic Seed.

INTECH - SEPT 2011 - Pesticide Residues in the Organically Produced Food. 1.

INTECH - SEPT 2011 - Pesticide Residues in the Organically Produced Food

Introduction A basic aim of using chemical products for plant protection (pesticides) in farming is the quantity increase and quality improvement of agricultural crops. Pesticides are destined, inter alia, to control any kinds of pests, weeds, pathogenic organisms and other factors which cause plant damage. Therefore, the use of these substances, which have biocidal effects, is deliberately introduced on crops and get through them to people.

In addition, a side effect of agrochemical treatments is their movement to the various components of the natural environment. Therefore, considering the benefits of agriculture chemization, one should also take into account, inter alia, the risk associated with the presence of pesticide residues in commercially available agri-food products. A global scale of acute poisoning by plant protection chemicals is not exactly known and all data are based on estimates. Pesticides have neurotoxic and immunotoxic effects as well as carcinogenic properties. BIO SUISSE - 2010 - Les résidus – une question sensible.