Detection of Residual Pesticides in Foods
Romero-González, Roberto (editor)
Pesticides are used worldwide, and despite the fact that organic farming is increasing, they are still widely applied in different countries with pesticide regulations and monitoring programs. This Special Issue will cover the topic of the presence of pesticide residues in food, paying special attention to the use of modern analytical techniques based on chromatographic techniques coupled to mass spectrometry. Generic extraction methods are needed to allow the detection of pesticides with different physic-chemical properties, as well as different families of contaminants can be extracted simultaneously. Nevertheless, pluriresidue methods are still necessary for “orphan” compounds that cannot be included in multiresidue methods. Thus, in addition to targeted pesticides, the scope of this analysis can be increased and nowadays, metabolites are also detected, evaluating the degradation of pesticide residues in different food matrices.
Keywordsdispersive solid-liquid extraction; sulfonylurea herbicides; QuEChERS; strawberry; cleanup; OCPs; PCBs; smoked pork meat products; pancetta; pork neck; pork tenderloin; sausage; traditional and industrial smoking; high polar pesticides; UHPLC-Orbitrap-MS; QuPPe; pluri-residue analysis; pesticide residues; low-residue production; zero-residue production; half-lives; pre-harvest interval; lettuce; onion; leek; carrot; parsley; phytohormones; acidic herbicides; fruits and vegetables; multifamily method; UHPLC–MS/MS; residues in food; pesticides; LC-MS/MS; GC-MS/MS; honey; persistent organic pollutants (POPs); glyphosate; AMPA; organic honey; IC-HRMS; food safety; tea; pyrethroid pesticide metabolite; ultra-high performance liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry; modified QuEChERS; herbicide residues; non-residual production; low-residual production; pesticide degradation in vegetables; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Public health & preventive medicine