Residue refers to any substance, including metabolites, remaining in livestock at time of slaughter or in carcass tissues after slaughter as the result of treatment or exposure of the livestock to a pesticide, organic or inorganic compound, hormone, hormonelike substance, growth promoter, antibiotic, anthelmintic, tranquilizer, or other therapeutic or prophylactic agent.

-see also:
"Residue" is in the UNSPSC Code "10152103"
Residue of linseed

Ref: 86420/2006-09-14


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