risky food


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risky food

Any food that is contaminated or more likely than most other foods to be contaminated with bacteria, carcinogens, or toxins.
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We also looked at whether respondents had consumed other risky food items in the seven days before the survey.
"Excessive fructose intake could be viewed as an increasingly risky food and beverage additive."
The true cost of cheap food is now clear: an unhealthy, risky food system that is imploding our health care system and wasting vast quantities of oil, creating endless generic sprawl, jeopardizing rural economies, as well as polluting our environment.
The true costs of cheap food are now clear: an unhealthy, risky food system that is imploding our healthcare system and wasting vast quantities of oil, creating endless generic sprawl, jeopardizing rural economies as well as polluting our environment.
Japan should think of ways to choose (such processors) on its own rather than looking to the United States to choose them,'' said Kowaka, the author of a book on risky food products.