The End Is Nearer for ‘Forever Chemicals’ in Food Wrappers 

Last week, the US Food and Drug Administration announced a voluntary agreement with three manufacturers of chemical products used in food packaging to phase out PFAS in future production. The FDA research data has raised questions about the potential human health risk that PFAS may cause in the long run.

In the article, it is noted that the agency officials noted in a statement that “studies indicate that these C8 compounds persist in the environment and can have toxic effects on humans and animals.”

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