Issue Date: August 16, 2010
The International Food Information Council Foundation recently released its annual survey of public views toward food and nutrition. For the first time, concern about chemicals on food went up and concern about bacterial contamination went down. Consumers clearly aren’t paying attention to the science.
Being more concerned about chemicals on food than about bacterial contamination “goes against virtually everything the food safety world would tell you,” stressed George Gray, a . . .
To view the rest of this content, please log in with your ACS ID.
- Chemical & Engineering News
- ISSN 0009-2347
- Copyright © American Chemical Society