Pesticide Dietary Risk Analytical System
The Dietary Risk Analytical System allows users to evaluate the pesticide residues and risks in food. Users can compare conventional and organic foods, foods grown in different countries and examine how pesticide residues have changed since the implementation of the Food Quality Protection Act of 1996. An overview of the Dietary Risk Index (DRI) provides more details.
The tools below are still in beta. Though every effort has been made to minimize errors, some problems may occur in use.
- Residues and Relative Risks by Food
- Residues and Relative Risks by Pesticide
- Residues and Relative Risks in Domestically Grown Versus Imported Food
- Residues and Relative Risks in Organic and Conventional Food
- Table 2a. Organic: Total Samples per Year by Food, All Organic Samples (pdf)
- Table 3d. Organic: Food-Pesticide Combination Dietary Risk Index Values by Year for Domestic Organic Samples (pdf)
- Table 5a. All Market Claims: Aggregate Food Dietary Risk Index Values by Year for All Samples (pdf)
- Examples of Individual Organic Samples Exceeding EPA’s Level of Concern (Coming Soon)
- Impacts of the 1996 Food Quality Protection Act (FQPA) on Relative Risks
- The Dietary Risk Index — How the M2M System Quantifies Relative Pesticide Dietary Risk in the Diet
- Acronyms and Keywords
- Levels of Aggregation
- Sources of Pesticide Residue Data
- Technical Issues in Data Construction
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