Evaluation of Heavy Metals Contents in Spices and Herbs Available on the Polish Market

  title={Evaluation of Heavy Metals Contents in Spices and Herbs Available on the Polish Market},
  author={Zbigniew Krejpcio and Edyta Kr{\'o}l and S. Sionkowski},
Herbs and spices are sources of many bioactive compounds that can improve the taste of foods as well as influence digestion and metabolism processes. They can also contain some undesirable components that can be harmful, e.g. micotoxins, pesticides, heavy metals, and polycyclic carbohydrates 

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