US food regulators find industrial ‘forever chemicals’ linked to cancer and pregnancy complications in meat, fish and chocolate cake – and elevated levels in consumers’ BLOOD


US regulators have found dangerous industrial ‘forever chemicals’ in meats, fish, and chocolate cake sold in supermarkets – and high levels of those chemicals in people’s blood.

But officials insist there is not enough evidence to prove a link between those grocery items and affected Americans.

‘Forever chemicals’ (called PFAS, short for┬áper- and polyfluoroalykyl substances) are a worrisome class of nonstick, stain-resistant industrial compounds linked to kidney cancer, pregnancy complications, and high cholesterol levels.

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