Chemical found in coffee, chips and crisps is a cancer risk: Watchdog wants new controls on substance that forms when food is roasted, fried or browned
A chemical found in coffee, chips, burned toast, crisps, crackers and certain types of baby food has been confirmed as a cancer risk by European food watchdogs. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) said children are most exposed to the chemical, which is called acrylamide and forms when roasting, frying and browning food. Read full article from here:
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