PFAS found to be ‘widespread in food packaging’

A pan-European investigation conducted by nine UK and EU green groups has proven that most packaging from global fast food chains is treated with toxic PFAS.

by Gareth Simkins
A bin overflowing with food containers, December 2018 in Cardiff, UK. New evidence suggests widespread use of PFAS in paper packaging. Photo: Matthew Horwood via Getty
A bin overflowing with food containers, December 2018 in Cardiff, UK. New evidence suggests widespread use of PFAS in paper packaging. Photo: Matthew Horwood via Getty

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