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European Union: EFSA assesses safety of formaldehyde in feed

EFSA’s experts concluded that while there is no health risk for consumers exposed to this substance through the food chain, its inhalation may cause cancer.

Thursday 20 February 2014 (4 years 1 days ago)

Formaldehyde is currently used as a feed additive and as a preservative for skimmed milk intended for pigs. In their risk assessment, EFSA’s experts concluded that while there is no health risk for consumers exposed to this substance through the food chain, its inhalation may cause cancer. Appropriate measures should be taken to reduce worker exposure to feed containing formaldehyde.

Tuesday February 18, 2014/ EFSA/ European Union.
http://www.efsa.europa.eu

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