Survey of metals in national diet
Concentrations of aluminium and mercury in the national diet were higher in 2000 than three years earlier, according to a survey by the Food Standards Agency.1 People's intakes of arsenic, lead and mercury had the greatest potential toxicological significance, but the Government's advisers concluded that they are of little concern.
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