Residue Sample Results - "Red Book"
The United States National Residue Program for meat, poultry, and egg products is an interagency program, administered by FSIS, that examines food samples for the presence of several different chemical compound classes, including veterinary drugs, pesticides, and metals. In collaboration with its Federal partners, FSIS selected the chemical compounds based on their potential public health concern. All samples were analyzed at one of three ISO 17025-accredited FSIS laboratories.
Accompanying each report is an Excel spreadsheet. This sheet includes detailed information regarding samples taken by FSIS in both the residue domestic scheduled and inspector-generated sampling programs, in addition to the residue import sampling program results. The detailed results include sample collection and review dates, the project code, the animal class, tissue type, chemical residue name, concentration value, sample results (whether positive non-violative or positive violative), chemical concentration values (if any) and the CFR reference per chemical listed in the data sheet.
U.S. National Residue Program: 2013 Residue Sample Results (PDF Only; 44 pp.) | Data Sheet (xslx)
This report presents results for January through September 2013.
U.S. National Residue Program: 2014 Residue Sample Results (PDF Only; 46 pp.) | Data Sheet (xslx)
This report presents results from October 2013 to September 2014.
Archives are available in addition to these recent reports.