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Antibiotic residues in food can have direct effects, such as allergic reactions and abnormalities in the hematopoietic system, but also direct, such as the establishment of resistant bacterial strains in humans. The presence of antibiotics in food, whether of animal or plant origin, is a very serious problem. Milk, meat, farmed fish, eggs and honey are all produced in agricultural environments that take advantage of the benefits of modern pharmaceutical industry. Residues in food create controversy in the consumer and negative effects on public health, resulting in a particularly negative economic impact on the food industry.