EU: Commission makes acrylamide research available online
As part of efforts to clarify potential public health risks and identify how to reduce levels of acrylamide in food, the European Commission has announced it has made a new research database available online. The database was established in close co-operation with the European Food Safety Authority and compiles research efforts in the EU on several topics related to the issue of acrylamide in food. Acrylamide, which is a chemical present in food as a result of cooking practices, is thought to pose a possible risk to health.
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