METALLIC CONTAMINANTS

The presence of metals such as arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury in food is of particular concern due to their toxicity. These naturally occurring chemicals can occur as residues in food by a range of mechanisms such as their natural presence in the environment or contamination during food processing and storage. Their accumulation in the body can lead to harmful effects over time and their presence in foodstuffs is strictly regulated.



Cadmium lead in chocolate
Cadmium lead in chocolate
AVAIL. UNTIL: 05/21/2018
Cadmium Lead in vegetable puree
Cadmium Lead in vegetable puree
AVAIL. UNTIL: 06/16/2017
Cadmium Lead Tin in vegetable puree
Cadmium Lead Tin in vegetable puree
AVAIL. UNTIL: 06/17/2017
Cadmium Iron Lead Tin in fruit juice
Cadmium Iron Lead Tin in fruit juice
AVAIL. UNTIL: 03/06/2018