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EFSA (2008b). Scientific Opinion of the Panel on Contaminants in the Food Chain (CONTAM) on a request from the European Commission on Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs). Food EFSA Journal, 724, 1–114. EFSA (2009). Scientific Opinion of the Panel on Contaminants in the Food Chain (CONTAM) on a request from the European Commission on cadmium in food. EFSA Journal, 980, 1–139. Published by Woodhead Publishing Limited, 2013 18 Persistent organic pollutants and toxic metals in foods (2010a). Panel on Contaminants in the Food Chain (CONTAM); Scientific Opinion on Lead.
Most renal disease and copper deposition copper compounds will bind to water in the cornea). Soluble copper sediment or soil particles. Water-soluble compounds pose the greatest risk to copper compounds are generally released human health. into the environment as a result of agricultural uses. Cadmium can be found in the environment from the weathering of rocks, volcanoes and forest fires, though much is of anthropomorphic origin. 0 for certain species of fish. 020 Lead is highly toxic and poisoning can for milk result in disruption to the nervous and milk system, brain/kidney damage, products and diminished learning abilities and infant in children.
E. the potential adverse health effects of exposure to a particular contaminant or group of contaminants. When there is a known and quantified acute effect, it is relatively straightforward to estimate the risk, which can be associated with a single dose. However, for the levels at which most POPs are found in food, the effects of concern are generally long-term and chronic (cancer, disruption of the endocrine system), and are associated with continuous exposure and/or gradual accumulation in the body.
Persistent organic pollutants and toxic metals in foods by Martin Rose, Alwin Fernandes