한국식품위생안전성학회지 Vol.37 No.2 (p.69-79)

냉동 과·채류의 잔류농약 분석

Analysis of Pesticide Residues in Frozen Fruits and Vegetables
키워드 :
Frozen fruits,Frozen vegetables,Pesticide residues,Pyridaben,Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs)

목차

ABSTRACT
Materials and Methods
   대상시료
   농약 표준품 및 시약
   잔류농약 분석방법
   기기 분석 조건
   유효성 검증
Results and Discussion
   분석법 검증
   냉동 과·채류의 잔류농약 분석 결과
   농산물 분류별 잔류농약 분석 결과
   농약 성분별 검출 결과
국문 요약
Conflict of interests
ORCID
References

초록

The purpose of this study is to monitor the pesticide residues in frozen fruits and vegetables distributed and sold in online and offline markets in Korea. For the study, 107 samples of 34 types of frozen fruits and vegetables were examined, and a total of 341 pesticide residues were analyzed by using multiclass pesticide multiresidue methods of the Korean Food Code. As a result, pesticide residues were detected from 16 of 64 frozen fruits samples and 15 of 43 frozen vegetables samples. Conclusively, residues were detected from 31 samples in total, showing a detection rate of 29.0%. Specifically, pyridaben exceeded the Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs) based on the Positive list system (PLS) in one of the frozen radish leaves, and the violation rate was 0.9%. Detection on frozen fruits and vegetables was made 23 times for 11 types and 36 times for 21 types. In total, 28 types of pesticide residues were detected 59 times. Fungicides were detected the most in frozen fruits, while insecticides were detected the most in frozen vegetables. The most detected pesticides were the insecticide, acaricide chlorfenapyr (5) and the fungicide boscalid (5). Chlorfenapyr was detected only in frozen vegetables, and boscalid was detected in frozen fruits except one.