The ADI as a basis to establish standards for pesticide residues in food products for infants and children.

Abstract

Pesticides are widely used in agriculture to control a variety of detrimental organisms. As a consequence, low but measurable amounts of residues may be found in the food supply including food intended for infants and young children. This has been the cause of some alarm since it is difficult for the general public to understand the magnitude of health risk… (More)

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@article{Schilter1998TheAA, title={The ADI as a basis to establish standards for pesticide residues in food products for infants and children.}, author={Beno{\^i}t Schilter and Anthony Huggett}, journal={Food additives and contaminants}, year={1998}, volume={15 Suppl}, pages={83-9} }