Home Trace One - Food Regulatory News Canada Proposes Maximum Residue Limit on Pesticide Flutianil Canada Proposes Maximum Residue Limit on Pesticide Flutianil Dec 22, 2021 3:39:00 PM | Contaminants & Pesticides | MRLs Posted By: Benoit Gruber Share: On December 21st, 2021, Health Canada's Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) issued a draft regulation on “Proposed Maximum Residue Limit PMRL2021-31, Flutianil” on various fruits and vegetables to control various species of powdery mildew. The scope of the document highlights the following points: The proposed MRLs were specified on the following food commodities such as Small fruits vine climbing, except fuzzy kiwifruit, low growing berries, cherries, squash, cucumbers, apples, and melons; The proposed MRLs for low growing berries is 0.5 ppm, cherries 0.4 ppm, apples 0.15 ppm, etc.; Dietary risks from the consumption of these foods are found to be acceptable as per the directions of use indicated in the pesticides label; Foods containing residues are safe for consumption with no adverse effect on human health. The proposed draft is open for public consultation period until March 05th, 2022. To view the complete proposal, check out the Food News Monitoring System and stay up-to-date with the latest regulatory information.