Mixed dioxins in food ‘not a health concern’, but add to exposure

Mixed dioxins containing chlorine and bromine have been measured in food for the first time, with the highest levels found in fish, eggs and liver. The government’s advisers say they are not a health concern, but other experts are less certain.

Mixed seafood display in fish monger (credit: Dreamstime)
Mixed seafood display in fish monger (credit: Dreamstime)

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