EU/UK: UK crisp makers fear EU ban on smoky bacon flavour
A report adopted by the European Parliament's public health committee has proposed new rules for smoke flavourings amid fears they may increase the risk of developing cancer. Under the proposed rules, food manufacturers will be required to prove the flavourings are not a health threat as well as ensuring the treatment of wood used to provide the flavourings does not produce potentially toxic substances, reported the Times.
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