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- Maria Nobile; Luca Maria Chiesa, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Food chemistry 2021 v.334 pp. 127575
- antibiotic residues; antibiotics; beekeepers; chloramphenicol; food chemistry; food inspection; honey; intensive farming; liquid chromatography; mass spectrometry; organic production; zero tolerance
- ... Honey contaminations could derive from intensive agriculture and industrial activities, but also from beekeeper treatments. In EU no MRLs for antibiotics in honey are set, only a minimum required performance limit for chloramphenicol of 0.3 μg kg⁻¹ is recommended. Screening tests are available, characterised by their rapidity and simple use. Due to their high rate of false positives and the need t ...