The study seeks to contribute to better understand certain health risks associated with chemical contamination of food. In addition, it takes into account the food habits in Catalonia, which has the added value of providing tools that can help us to design measures that contribute to improving the health of our population.
Total diet study; Chemical pollutants; Food safety
Bocio-Sanz A, Castell-Garralda V, Falcó G, Gosálbez-Rafel P, Ramos JC. Contaminants químics: estudi de dieta total a Catalunya, 2000-2002. Barcelona: Agència Catalana de Seguretat Alimentària; 2005.
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