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June 27, 2002
Jorgen Schlundt, the U.N. body's food safety programme coordinator, speaks at a press conference after...
Geneva, Switzerland
Jorgen Schlundt, the U.N. body's food safety programme coordinator, speaks at a press conference aft.....
Jorgen Schlundt, the U.N. body's food safety programme coordinator, speaks at a press conference after an emergency session of international food safety experts at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, June 27, 2002. [International food safety experts said on Thursday that fatty foods may be cancer-causing but a final verdict needed more research. The 25 specialists, mainly from Europe, the United States and Japan were summoned to Geneva after researchers in Sweden found high levels of acrylamide, a cancer-causing substance in animals, and in carbohydrate-rich foods such as potato crisps. The finding, subsequently backed up by similar tests in four other countries including Britain and Norway, triggered a worldwide food scare.]
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