The supply of fresh produce involves a series of complex interrelated activities from the farm through to consumers.
One shared priority of the food supply chain is the timely provision of healthy and safe food to all customers, which meet all legal requirements and consumer expectations.
Consumers are increasingly aware of the elements that contribute to sustainable food production around the world. As such, to ensure that land remains productive and supports a wide biodiversity of fauna and flora, expert attention is needed to ensure inputs, including plant protection products, are used in an appropriate and sustainable way.
Germany, Austria, Switzerland | Calvo, Cristina (C)
France | Delaoutre, Jean Francois (J)
Spain , Portugal | Martín, Alberto (A)
Italy | Piombino, Matteo (M)
Benelux | Jukema, Allard (A)
Greece, Balkans | Nikolopoulos, Gerasimos (G)
Nordics | Schmidt, Nis (NC)
Eastern Europe | Chalas, Robert (R)
EMEA Food Chain Leader | McHale, Tom (T)
Global & EMEA Food Chain Technical Transfer Leader | Cavanna, Sonia (S)
Our global food chain service helps growers to meet the quality standards of our food chain customers and thus contribute towards the smooth trade flow of produce around the world.
Towards this, Dow AgroSciences experts can provide a broad library of up-to-date information and expertise including:
- Food chain technical brochures on the main actives developed in fruits & vegetables
- Residues profiles of our actives to facilitate global trade of commodities
- Dedicated statistical analysis of growers residue data
- Custom solutions of PPP programs for growers, suppliers and retailers
- Update on registration status of new and existing Dow AgroSciences actives in EU and globally
- Efficacy data on products/molecules
- Import tolerances globally
- Residue information on processed food
Specific residue information related to Isoclast
Definition of the Residue
- The definition of the residue for monitoring purposes and for risk assessment is the parent sulfoxaflor (Isoclast).
Limit of Quantification of the Residue Method
- The limit of quantification of the residue analytical method most commonly used for monitoring is 0.01 mg/kg.
- MRLs have been obtained in many countries including USA, Canada, South Korea, Australia, Codex etc…
- EU-MRLs have been approved for a number of crops; contact us for more information
- MRL values (ISO name of isoclast= sulfoxaflor) can be viewed in the global internet sites described below