Lowering of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons concentration in a liquid smoke flavour by sorption into polyethylene packaging.

Abstract

The liquid smoke flavour UTP-1 was spiked with polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) at a level of total concentration 45-6 micrograms/kg and filled into bottles made of low-density polyethylene. The concentration of PAHs was followed for 14 days. During this time the concentration of PAHs dropped roughly by two orders--from 45.6 micrograms/kg to 0.73… (More)

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@article{imko1993LoweringOP, title={Lowering of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons concentration in a liquid smoke flavour by sorption into polyethylene packaging.}, author={Peter {\vS}imko and B Brunckova}, journal={Food additives and contaminants}, year={1993}, volume={10 2}, pages={257-63} }