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Pesticides are chemical substances used to kill harmful insects, small animals, wild plants and other unwanted organisms. Pesticides can be either an agrochemical or a sanitizer. MAPA (Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply), Anvisa (Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency) and Ibama (Brazilian Institute of the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources) regulate agrochemicals. While ANVISA regulates sanitizers, which must be notified to or registered with Anvisa, depending on the risk classification. Those pesticides considered sanitizers are either (i) an over-the-counter product for amateur use or (ii) a product for professional use that can be sold to specialized companies only.

Examples of permitted listings

  • Insecticides for amateur gardening that are compliant with Anvisa regulation
  • Over-the-counter insecticides compliant with Anvisa regulation
  • Over-the-counter raticides compliant with Anvisa regulation

Examples of prohibited listings (non-exhaustive list)

  • Agrochemicals in general
  • Insecticides for specialized companies
  • Raticides for specialized companies
  • Professional use insecticides
  • Insecticides that are not compliant with Anvisa regulation
  • Raticides that are not compliant with Anvisa regulation

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