Toxic PFAS Chemicals Found in Ketchup, Mayo, Other Common Foods

The study, conducted by scientists at Notre Dame University, confirms fears that the containers of commonly used products like ketchup and mayonnaise are leaching out levels that pose a threat to human health.

“Not only did we measure significant concentrations of PFAS in these containers, we can estimate the PFAS that were leaching off creating a direct path of exposure,” said study co-author Graham Peaslee, Ph.D., professor of physics in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Notre Dame.


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