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Heavy metals in sugar

Heavy metals in sugar

Bundesgesundheitsblatt 32(3): 91-92

The lead and cadmium contents of 130 samples of different sugars were determined. The number of samples of each type of sugar were: refined sugar (EC category 1) 67, white sugar (EC category 2) 5, basic grade sugar 10, glucose 10, fructose 6, raw cane sugar 5, gelling sugar 12, candy sugar 7, "farin" 3, beet syrup 4, special cane molasses 1. All types of sugar were slightly contaminated with lead and cadmium. The concentration ranges in each type are tabulated.

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