Food chemistry and chemophobia

@article{Gribble2013FoodCA,
  title={Food chemistry and chemophobia},
  author={G. Gribble},
  journal={Food Security},
  year={2013},
  volume={5},
  pages={177-187}
}
Chemophobia is the exaggerated fear of anything ‘chemical’ which is found quite widespread both in the Western world and in Asia. That food incontrovertibly is chemistry seems to require regulation of all sorts. As we will see below, that would truly necessitate gargantuan determination exceeding every regulatory effort to date. Worse, it will be futile. Our food is peppered with natural compounds such as organohalogens, dioxins, aflatoxins, and many others. These we will briefly discuss… Expand
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