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Swedish limit on inorganic arsenic "has not lowered levels in rice"

Analysis was carried out on a range of products by the Swedish National Food Agency.

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A follow-up analysis of heavy metal contents in rice and porridge by the Swedish National Food Agency shows that the new limit for inorganic arsenic in rice and rice products does not seem to have led to lower levels in rye and whole-grain rice.


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