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Release of lead and cadmium from porcelain and ceramic utensils. II. Release of toxic metals into foods



Release of lead and cadmium from porcelain and ceramic utensils. II. Release of toxic metals into foods



Deutsche Lebensmittel Rundschau 75(5): 152-156



Comparative studies on uptake of Pb and Cd from decorated porcelain or ceramic utensils by 4% acetic acid solution and by acidic foods under identical test conditions are described. Foods studied included cultured dairy products, wine, beer, fruit juices, soft drinks, fruit and vegetable products, condiments, sauces, mineral water and coffee.

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