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深圳市2019年食用农产品质量安全监测结果分析*
曾雷, 王彩云, 黄文妍, 王颂, 徐巧林, 陈颖乐, 余玉娟
广东省林业科学研究院
摘要:
以深圳市市场监督管理局公布的食用农产品抽检结果为研究对象,采用单因素方差分析对深圳市食用农产品安全进行风险监测分析。结果表明:2019 年深圳市累计抽检食用农产品15 360 批次,总体合格率为97.1%。抽检共涉及3 大类,其中,畜禽产品的合格率最高,为99.2%,种植类产品为97.1%,水产品合格率最低,为94.6%。主要为水果及豆类农药残留超标、畜禽和水产品违规使用兽药等问题。2019 年深圳市食用农产品质量安全形势良好,但部分产品仍具有安全风险,建议监管部门采取针对措施精准抽检,同时相关生产加工企业也要加强质量管理,确保食品安全。
关键词:  食用农产品  食品安全  抽检  农兽药残留
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Analysis on Monitoring Results of Edible Agricultural Products of Shenzhen in 2019
zenglei, Wang caiyun, Huang wenyan, Wang song, Xu qiaolin, Cheng yingle, Yu yujuan
Guangdong Academy of forestry
Abstract:
Taking the edible agricultural product sampling results announced by the Shenzhen Administration for Market Regulationas the research object, the single-factor analysis of variance was used to conduct mathematical statistics, and the risk monitoring and statistical analysis of the safety of edible agricultural products in Shenzhen was conducted. The results showed that in 2019, Shenzhen city has sampled 15 360 batches of edible agricultural products, and the overall pass rate was 97.1%. There are 3 tegories of random inspections.Among them, livestock and poultry products have the highest pass rate of 99.2%, planted products have 97.1%, and aquatic products have the lowest pass rate of 94.6%. The main reasons were the excessive pesticide residues in fruits and beans, and the illegal use of pesticides and veterinary drugs was detected in livestock, poultry and aquatic products. In 2019, the quality and safety of edible agricultural products in Shenzhen is good, but some products still have safety risks. It is recommended that the regulatory authorities take targeted measures to conduct accurate random inspections. At the same time, production and processing enterprises should strengthen quality management to ensure food safety.
Key words:  edible agricultural produce  food safety  sampling inspection  pesticide and veterinary drug residues