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Nanoparticle technologies in Food

nanotechology food food supply nanotoxicity

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#1 TemporaryName

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Posted 07 March 2021 - 01:00 PM


Following documents state that nano technologies are already in use for muliple applications in food
with many risks of toxicity without the public's consent.

Documents state that possible immunoresponse, accumulation in brain and organs and bones,  aswell as genotoxicity, and many other possible risks and toxicology of nanoparticles.  Described as Engineered Nanomaterials, and ultrafine particles which is an apparent industry pollution that
is becoming more prevalent.

In the following documents have sections with toxicity titled if documents are too hard to follow or navigate.


in Importance and health hazards of nanoparticles
   used in the food industry

section 4-7 is about the toxicity.

https://www.degruyte...-2018-0076/html



in Engineered Nanomaterials in Food: Implications for Food Safety and
   Consumer Health

section 4 is also about toxicity.

https://www.ncbi.nlm...les/PMC4078545/

Nanotechnology in the food sector and potential applications for
the poultry industry

section 11

https://www.scienced...924224417303448

 



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Posted 09 March 2021 - 08:45 PM

Current methods to control pathogenesis in the food supply seem to be working fairly well, I am unsure the need to "rush" the use of nanotechnology. It should be studied thoroughly.

 

I am glad I grow most of my own food nowadays.







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