The saga of juice tainted by a fungicide in Brazil reveals holes in the FDA screening process for imported foods.
fungicide fun·gi·cide (fŭn'jĭ-sīd', fŭng'gĭ-)
A chemical substance that destroys or inhibits the growth of fungi.
A pesticide used to kill fungi, especially those that cause disease. Streptomycin is a fungicide. Compare herbicide, insecticide, rodenticide.