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GB 31650.1-2022
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 67.050
CCS X 04
National food safety standard - Maximum residue limits for
41 veterinary drugs in foods
ISSUED ON: SEPTEMBER 20, 2022
IMPLEMENTED ON: FEBRUARY 01, 2023
Issued by: Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of the People's Republic of
China;
National Health Commission of the People's Republic of China;
State Administration for Market Regulation.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 4
1 Scope ... 5
2 Normative references ... 5
3 Terms and definitions ... 5
4 Technical requirements ... 5
4.1 Altrenogest ... 5
4.2 Amoxicillin ... 6
4.3 Ampicillin ... 6
4.4 Apramycin ... 6
4.5 Aspirin ... 7
4.6 Avilamycin ... 7
4.7 Benzylpenicillin, procaine benzylpenicillin ... 7
4.8 Cloxacillin ... 8
4.9 Danofloxacin ... 8
4.10 Derquantel ... 8
4.11 Diclazuril ... 9
4.12 Diclofenac ... 9
4.13 Difloxacin ... 9
4.14 Doxycycline ... 10
4.15 Emamectin benzoate ... 10
4.16 Enrofloxacin ... 10
4.17 Florfenicol ... 10
4.18 Flumequine ... 11
4.19 Flunixin ... 11
4.20 Gamithromycin ... 12
4.21 Kanamycin ... 12
4.22 Levamisole ... 12
4.23 Lomefloxacin ... 13
4.24 Lufenuron ... 13
4.25 Marbofloxacin ... 13
4.26 Meloxicam ... 14
4.27 Monepantel ... 14
4.28 Norfloxacin ... 15
4.29 Ofloxacin ... 15
4.30 Oxacillin ... 16
4.31 Oxolinic acid ... 16
4.32 Pefloxacin ... 16
4.33 Sarafloxacin ... 17
4.34 Sulfadimidine ... 17
4.35 Sulfonamides ... 17
4.36 Teflubenzuron ... 18
4.37 Thiamphenicol ... 18
4.38 Tilmicosin ... 18
4.39 Toltrazuril ... 19
4.40 Trimethoprim ... 19
4.41 Tulathromycin ... 19
Index of common English names of veterinary drugs ... 21
National food safety standard - Maximum residue limits for
41 veterinary drugs in foods
1 Scope
This document specifies the maximum residue limits for 41 kinds of veterinary drugs
such as derquantel in foods of animal origin.
This document applies to foods of animal origin related to maximum residue limits.
2 Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this
document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references,
the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
GB/T 31650-2019, National Food Safety Standard - Maximum Residue Limits for
Veterinary Drugs in Food
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions defined in GB/T 31650-
2019 as well as the followings apply.
3.1 marker residue
Residues that have a clear correlation with total residues in target tissues after drug
administration in animals. They can be drug prototypes, related metabolites, or sum of
prototype and metabolites, or the total amount of residues that can be transformed into
a single derivative or fragment of a drug molecule.
4 Technical requirements
4.1 Altrenogest
4.1.1 Veterinary drug classification: sex hormone drugs.
4.1.2 ADI: 0μg/kg bw ~ 0.2μg/kg bw.
4.4.4 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 4.
4.5 Aspirin
4.5.1 Veterinary drug classification: antipyretic, analgesic and anti-inflammatory drugs.
4.5.2 Marker residue: aspirin.
4.5.3 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 5.
4.6 Avilamycin
4.6.1 Veterinary drug classification: oligosaccharide antibiotics.
4.6.2 ADI: 0μg/kg bw ~ 2000μg/kg bw.
4.6.3 Marker residue: dichloroisoeverninic acid (DIA).
4.6.4 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 6.
4.7 Benzylpenicillin, procaine benzylpenicillin
4.7.1 Veterinary drug classification: β-lactam antibiotics.
4.7.2 ADI: 0μg penicillin/(person · d) ~ 30μg penicillin/(person · d).
4.7.3 Marker residue: benzylpenicillin.
4.7.4 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 7.
4.8 Cloxacillin
4.8.1 Veterinary drug classification: β-lactam antibiotics.
4.8.2 ADI: 0μg/kg bw ~ 200μg/kg bw.
4.8.3 Marker residue: cloxacillin.
4.8.4 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 8.
4.9 Danofloxacin
4.9.1 Veterinary drug classification: quinolones synthetic antibacterial drugs.
4.9.2 ADI: 0μg/kg bw ~ 20μg/kg bw.
4.9.3 Marker residue: danofloxacin.
4.9.4 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 9.
4.10 Derquantel
4.10.1 Veterinary drug classification: antiparasitic drugs.
4.10.2 ADI: 0μg/kg bw ~ 0.3μg/kg bw.
4.10.3 Marker residue: derquantel.
4.10.4 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 10.
4.14 Doxycycline
4.14.1 Veterinary drug classification: tetracycline antibiotics.
4.14.2 ADI: 0μg/kg bw ~ 3μg/kg bw.
4.14.3 Marker residue: doxycycline.
4.14.4 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 14.
4.15 Emamectin benzoate
4.15.1 Veterinary drug classification: insecticides.
4.15.2 ADI: 0μg/kg bw ~ 0.5μg/kg bw.
4.15.3 Marker residue: emamectin B1a.
4.15.4 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 15.
4.16 Enrofloxacin
4.16.1 Veterinary drug classification: quinolone synthetic antibacterial drugs.
4.16.2 ADI: 0μg/kg bw ~ 6.2μg/kg bw.
4.16.3 Marker residue: sum of enrofloxacin and ciprofloxacin.
4.16.4 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 16.
4.17 Florfenicol
4.17.1 Veterinary drug classification: amino alcohol antibiotics.
4.20 Gamithromycin
4.20.1 Veterinary drug classification: macrolide antibiotics.
4.20.2 ADI: 0μg/kg bw ~ 10μg/kg bw.
4.20.3 Marker residue: gamithromycin.
4.20.4 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 20.
4.21 Kanamycin
4.21.1 Veterinary drug classification: aminoglycoside antibiotics.
4.21.2 ADI: 0μg/kg bw ~ 8μg/kg bw, microbiology ADI.
4.21.3 Marker residue: kanamycin A.
4.21.4 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 21.
4.22 Levamisole
4.22.1 Veterinary drug classification: anti-nematode drugs.
4.22.2 ADI: 0μg/kg bw ~ 6μg/kg bw.
4.22.3 Marker residue: levamisole.
4.22.4 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 22.
4.30 Oxacillin
4.30.1 Veterinary drug classification: β-lactam antibiotics.
4.30.2 Marker residue: oxacillin.
4.30.3 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 30.
4.31 Oxolinic acid
4.31.1 Veterinary drug classification: quinolone synthetic antibacterial drugs.
4.31.2 ADI: 0μg/kg bw ~ 2.5μg/kg bw.
4.31.3 Marker residue: oxolinic acid.
4.31.4 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 31.
4.32 Pefloxacin
4.32.1 Veterinary drug classification: quinolone synthetic antibacterial drugs.
4.32.2 Marker residue: pefloxacin.
4.32.3 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 32.
4.33 Sarafloxacin
4.33.1 Veterinary drug classification: quinolone synthetic antibacterial drugs.
4.33.2 ADI: 0μg/kg bw ~ 0.3μg/kg bw.
4.33.3 Marker residue: sarafloxacin.
4.33.4 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 33.
4.34 Sulfadimidine
4.34.1 Veterinary drug classification: sulfa synthetic antibacterial drugs.
4.34.2 ADI: 0μg/kg bw ~ 50μg/kg bw.
4.34.3 Marker residue: sulfadimidine.
4.34.4 Maximum residue limit: shall meet the requirements in Table 34.
4.35 Sulfonamides
4.35.1 Veterinary drug classification: sulfa synthetic antibacterial drugs.
4.35.2 ADI: 0μg/kg bw ~ 50μg/kg bw.
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BASIC DATA
Standard ID GB 31650.1-2022 (GB31650.1-2022)
Description (Translated English) (National Food Safety Standard Maximum Residue Limits of 41 Veterinary Drugs in Food)
Sector / Industry National Standard
Word Count Estimation 19,182
Date of Issue 2022-09-20
Date of Implementation 2023-02-01