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Estimation of daily intake of pesticide residues from the Italian diet during 1986 to 1987

, : Estimation of daily intake of pesticide residues from the Italian diet during 1986 to 1987. Rivista della Societa Italiana di Scienza dell' Alimentazione 20(3): 77-100

Using UNEP/FAO/WHO criteria and monitoring data daily intake of residues from the Italian diet during 1986-87 was estimated for about 50 pesticides and compared with acceptable daily intake (ADI) values. About 18 000 estimations were made on about 2500 food samples. Comparison with results of a previous survey in 1980-85, using values for 13 active ingredients, indicated that residue values for most pesticides, except azinphos-methyl and dimethoate, has decreased or remained constant.

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