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  • n. A broad-spectrum benzimidazole fungicide.

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Examples

  • Imported shipments of orange juice are being stopped at ports while the FDA conducts tests for the fungicide, known as carbendazim.

    Coke Says It Found Fungicide in Orange Juice

  • The fungicide, called carbendazim, is approved for use on dozens of other crops by federal regulators.

    FDA Finds Fungicide in Some Brazil, Canada Orange Juice

  • The chemical, called carbendazim, is approved by the Environmental Protection Agency for use on apricots, bananas, cherries, grapes, peaches, pears and other crops.

    Fungicide in Orange Juice Is Safe for Crops

  • Several weeks ago, a fungicide called carbendazim was found in imported orange juice from Brazil.

    Dr. Gary Ginsberg: Orange Juice Shows Us the Toxic Side of International Trade

  • Health regulators have begun testing all incoming shipments for traces of an illegal fungicide called carbendazim.

    Eurozone crisis live: George Osborne says UK could increase IMF payments - 11 January 2012

  • The latest surge came after the Food and Drug Administration told juice makers that it would step up testing for the fungicide carbendazim, which is used in Brazil to protect against black spot but is not authorized for use in the United States.

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  • While low levels of the fungicide were not dangerous and it planned no juice recall, the FDA said it would stop all shipments at the border if it found more traces of carbendazim, which is banned in the United States.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • The latest surge appeared related to news reports that the Food and Drug Administration had told juice makers that it would step up testing for the fungicide carbendazim, which is used in Brazil but is not authorized for use in the United States.

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • WASHINGTON Reuters - Fears that the U.S. might ban imports of orange juice from Brazil drove orange juice futures to an all-time high on Tuesday as health regulators began testing all incoming shipments for traces of an illegal fungicide called carbendazim.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Bloomberg News An FDA spokeswoman said a juice company anonymously called the government agency late last month to report the presence of the fungicide carbendazim.

    Orange-Juice Futures Surge

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