EFSA Scientific Opinion on The risk for human health related to the presence of 2,3-MCPDE and GE in food.
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by Uthaya kumar
The opinion released by EFSA today represents a key step in our understanding of consumer exposure in Europe and the risks associated with these substances. Having already actively worked on this, EPOA members can show positive results in the prevention and reduction of the substances since 2010. However, the message from EFSA is clear: more work needs to be done.
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