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Beekeepers protest regulatory action






Canadian Beekeeping 13(9): 207

Beekeepers protest regulatory action

Regulations introduced in 1987 in Quebec set the tolerance level for sulphathiazole in honey at 0.2 ppm, whereas Canadian federal legislation set it at 1.0 ppm. The USA government then restricted imports to sulpha-free honey (in line with the German Federal Republic and Japan) and some honey imported from Saskatchewan was seized. Tests of Canadian honeys for sulphathiazole are now being standardized.D.G.


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