Maximum Residue Limits - Major developments

16 April 2014
Substances considered as not falling within the scope of Regulation (EC) No. 470/20091, with regard to residues of veterinary medicinal products in foodstuffs of animal originpdf(95 KB)

 

29 January 2014
Substances considered as not falling within the scope of Regulation (EC) No. 470/20091, with regard to residues of veterinary medicinal products in foodstuffs of animal originpdf(94 KB)

10 December 2013
Substances considered as not falling within the scope of Regulation (EC) No. 470/20091, with regard to residues of veterinary medicinal products in foodstuffs of animal origin.

27 February 2013

Substances considered as not falling within the scope of Regulation (EC) No. 470/20091, with regard to residues of veterinary medicinal products in foodstuffs of animal originpdf(97 KB)

Amendment since the latest consolidated version of 12 December 2010 Here >>>

12 December 2010

Consolidated version of Commission Regulation(EU) No 37/2010 pdf(2 MB)of 22 December 2009 on pharmacologically active substances and their classification regarding maximum residue limits in foodstuffs of animal origin (OJ L 15, 20.1.2010, p. 1)
Amended by:

  • Commission Regulation (EU) No 758/2010 of 24 August 2010 (OJ L 223, 25.8.2010, p.37)
  • Commission Regulation (EU) No 759/2010 of 24 August 2010 (OJ L 223, 25.8.2010, p.39)
  • Commission Regulation (EU) No 761/2010 of 25 August 2010 (OJ L 224, 26.8.2010, p.1)
  • Commission Regulation (EU) No 914/2010 of 12 October 2010 (OJ L 269, 13.10.2010, p.5)

19 November 2009

Corrigendum to Commission Regulation (EC) No 508/1999 of 4 March 1999 amending Annexes I to IV of Council Regulation (EEC) No 2377/90 laying down a Community procedure for the establishment of maximum residue limits of veterinary medicinal products in foodstuffs of animal origin.

Corrigendumpdf

29 September 2009

Substances considered as not falling within the scope of Council Regulation (EC) No. 470/2009 (Revision 17 - September 2009)pdf(15 KB)

28 July 2009

Contribution submitted in response to the Public Consultation Paper on a Contribution for a future Commission regulation on the format and content for applications and requests for an opinion on a maximum residue limit for a pharmacologically active substance
From 11 May 2009 till 6 July 2009 the Directorate General for Enterprise and Industry invited stakeholders to comment on a contribution to the preparation of a future Commission regulation on the format and content for applications and requests for an opinion on a maximum residue limit for a pharmacologically active substance prepared by the European Medicines Agency and its Committee for Veterinary Medicinal Products ('CVMP').
In response to this consultation, IFAH-Europe sent in comments on the contribution. These comments can be found herepdf(28 KB) .

16 June 2009

New regulation (EC) 470/2009pdf on maximum residue limits published today in the Official Journal
The new Regulation laying down Community procedures for the establishment of residue limits of pharmacologically active substances in foodstuffs of animal origin, repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No 2377/90 and amending Directive 2001/82/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council and Regulation (EC) No 726/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council was published in the Official Journal of 16 June 2009. The new regulation will enter into force on the twentieth day following its publication in the Official Journal.

11 May 2009

Implementation of the new Regulation on maximum residue limits for pharmacologically active substances
Public Consultation Paper on a Contribution for a future Commission regulation on the format and the content for applications and requests submitted for an opinion on a maximum residue limit for a pharmacologically active substance
The new regulation on maximum residue limits scheduled for entry into force in the end of May/beginning of June foresees that the Commission shall, in consultation with the Agency, adopt measures regarding the form and the content of the applications and requests referred to in Articles 3 and 9 of the new regulation.

With this public consultation, the Directorate General for Enterprise and Industry intends to consult all stakeholders on a contribution to the preparation of a future Commission regulation. This contribution is an input from the European Medicines Agency and the Committee for Veterinary Medicinal Products ('CVMP'). It can be found herepdf(424 KB)

Deadline for Public Consultation: 06 July 2009

EudraLex Volume 8 >>

Council Regulation (EEC) N° 2377/90 of 26 June 1990 laying down a Community procedure for the establishment of maximum residue limits for veterinary medicinal products in foodstuffs of animal origin. (Official Journal L 224 , 18/08/1990 p. 1 - 8; Finnish special edition: Chapter 3 Volume 33 p. 117; Swedish special edition: Chapter 3 Volume 33 p. 117).pdf(499 KB) Choose translations of the previous link български (bg) čeština (cs) dansk (da) Deutsch (de) eesti keel (et) ελληνικά (el) español (es) français (fr) italiano (it) latviešu valoda (lv) lietuvių kalba (lt) magyar (hu) Malti (mt) Nederlands (nl) polski (pl) português (pt) română (ro) slovenčina (sk) slovenščina (sl) suomi (fi) svenska (sv)

The Publications Office updates and consolidates regularly Council Regulation 2377/90 in all official EU languages

For the latest Consolidated Version (EudraLex) see here

Substances considered as not falling within the scope of Council Regulation (EC) No. 470/2009 (Revision 16 - September 2009) from the Committee for Veterinary Medicinal Products.pdf(13 KB) The Committee for Veterinary Medicinal Products (CVMP) having reviewed all applications for the establishment of MRLs for "old substances" to be considered under Council Regulation (EC) 470/2009, considered that some substances were normal components of human food, biologically inert when orally taken, or not classified as chemicals.

Complete series of Commission and Council regulations modifying Annexes I to IV of Council Regulation 2377/90

Reflection Paper on Residues in foodstuffs of animal origin and Summary of Comments