Residues of veterinary medicinal products food producing animals may be treated with veterinary medicines to prevent or cure disease these substances may leave residues in the food from treated animals food may also contain residues of pesticides and contaminants to which animals have been exposed to in all cases the levels of residues in . However recent reports have revealed that the use of veterinary drugs in large amounts and consistently could result in deposition of antimicrobial residues in muscle and organs of animal consumption of these residues in animal products may pose health risk to consumers including development of antibiotic resistance bacteria allergy . With respect to human food safety it is the responsibility of the producer or sponsor of the animal drug to furnish fda with the scientific information and experimental data that demonstrate that . Residues of veterinary medicines for the purposes of european legislation honey is defined in council directive 2001 110 ec in the european union veterinary medicinal products intended for use in food producing animals have to be scientifically evaluated according to human food safety requirements regulation ec no 470 2009
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