Cancer warning over posh crisps as study shows they contain three times recommended levels of acrylamide
06 April 2017
Eating crisps could cause cancer, a study by government-backed scientists has found, as they contain high levels of acrylamide, a known carcinogen.
Tests conducted by Fera Science on behalf of campaign group Changing Markets, found t he highest levels of the chemical were found in Tyrells “Sweet Potato Lightly Salted” crisps, which contained more than three times the recommended amount, according to European food standards.
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