We monitor pesticides in raw material by analyzing a sample for pesticides. We still do, but during the season, we use more pesticide testing on the idea that if it came wrong, then we ban the grower. Now we ask for the pesticide logs, but we are always struggling to get them (much easier it is to analyze again).
The issue is: If we re-teste for pesticides (let's say) a month after the initial and it comes bad; Then we need to put all the month of finish goods on Hold?
Would it be "valid" to test for pesticides and, depending on the results, continue or stop the grower without having to go back to the first pesticide (or right pesticide) result?
What is your standard practice?