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Are Nanoparticles From Packaging Getting Into Your Food?

from motherjones.com: A while back, I wrote about the US regulatory system's strange attitude toward nanotechnology and food... But what about packaging—the wrappers and bags and whatnot that hold food to keep it fresh? Nano-sized silver has powerful antimicrobial properties and can be embedded in plastic to keep food fresh longer; and nanoparticles of clay can help bottles and other packaging block out air and moisture from penetrating, preventing spoilage. Yet research has suggested (see here and here) that nanoparticles can migrate from packaging to food, potentially exposing consumers.

#PumpUpThaVolume: September 18, 2020