Dietary arsenic intakes in the United States: FDA Total Diet Study, September 1991-December 1996.

@article{Tao1999DietaryAI,
  title={Dietary arsenic intakes in the United States: FDA Total Diet Study, September 1991-December 1996.},
  author={Shirley S.-H. Tao and Philip Michael Bolger},
  journal={Food additives and contaminants},
  year={1999},
  volume={16 11},
  pages={465-72}
}
The FDA has conducted the Total Dietary Study (TDS), a yearly market basket programme, since 1961. It is designed to monitor the levels of toxic chemical contaminants (pesticide residues, industrial and elemental contaminants) and essential nutrients in the US food supply. It also provides information on trends in dietary concentrations and exposures for the general population. Foods are collected from retail stores once a year from each of four geographic areas of the US and are analysed… CONTINUE READING
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