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- Mekonen, Seblework; Ambelu, Argaw; Spanoghe, Pieter
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2015 v.63 no.38 pp. 8568-8573
- deltamethrin, etc ; adverse effects; beverages; brewing; chlorpyrifos; coffee beans; cypermethrin; endosulfan; heptachlor epoxide; hexachlorobenzene; isomers; markets; metabolites; monitoring; permethrin; pesticide residues; risk; roasting; washing; Ethiopia; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Coffee is a highly consumed and popular beverage all over the world; however, coffee beans used for daily consumption may contain pesticide residues that may cause adverse health effects to consumers. In this monitoring study, the effect of household coffee processing on pesticide residues in coffee beans was investigated. Twelve pesticides, including metabolites and isomers (endosulfan α, endosul ...
- Hayward, Douglas G.; Wong, Jon W.; Park, Hoon Y.
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2015 v.63 no.37 pp. 8116-8124
- deltamethrin, etc ; Americans; Camellia sinensis; DDT (pesticide); HCH (pesticide); United States Environmental Protection Agency; anthraquinones; azoxystrobin; beverages; bifenthrin; chlorpyrifos; cyhalothrin; cypermethrin; dietary supplements; endosulfan; fenvalerate; gas chromatography; green tea; heptachlor; leaves; mass spectrometry; oolong tea; pesticide residues; pyridaben; solid phase extraction; tebuconazole; triazophos; Show all 27 Subjects
- ... Black, green, white, and Oolong teas, all derived from leaves of Camellia sinensis, are widely consumed throughout the world and represent a significant part of the beverages consumed by Americans. A gas chromatography-triple quadrupole-based method, previously validated for pesticides on dried botanical dietary supplements, including green tea, was used to measure pesticides fortified into black ...