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Towards comprehensive identification of pesticide degradation products following thermal processing below and above 120 °C: A review

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Characterising pesticide residues from a qualitative and quantitative point of view is key to both risk assessment in the framework of pesticide approval and risk management. In the European Union (EU), these concerns are addressed during the evaluation of active substances at the European level prior to marketing authorisation. In the framework of this review, we will focus on one specific item of the residue section, namely the effect of process (industrial or domestic transformation of the raw commodities) on the nature of the residue in food. A limited number of hydrolysis conditions defined by three parameters (temperature, pH and time) are set to be “representative of the most widely used industrial and domestic food processing technologies”. These hydrolysis conditions, however, do not cover processes at temperatures higher than 120 °C, such as cooking with a conventional oven or in a pan, frying or using a microwave oven.
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anses-03797281 , version 1 (05-10-2022)

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Florian Dubocq, Pierre l'Yvonnet, Eleni Chatzidimitriou, Samia Mahouche-Chergui, Xavier Sarda, et al.. Towards comprehensive identification of pesticide degradation products following thermal processing below and above 120 °C: A review. Food Chemistry, 2023, 402, pp.134267. ⟨10.1016/j.foodchem.2022.134267⟩. ⟨anses-03797281⟩
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