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Politicians must protect populations from persistent organic pollutants

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Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in food are a worldwide problem demanding urgent worldwide government action, say the authors of a study in the US.

The authors analysed data held by the FDA, looking for the 12 most dangerous POPs listed for phasing out by the Stockholm Convention: residues of all 12 …

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