SWEDEN: Unilever tests Becel margarine after carcinogen claims
Anglo-Dutch consumer products giant Unilever has sent samples of its Becel pro-activ margarine to a Dutch research institute for tests following reports from the Swedish Consumer Coalition SKIS concerning the amount of carcinogens in the product. According to the consumer group, Becel pro-activ margarine contains twice the recommended maximum amount of aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), which may cause cancer.
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