Food safety in Central Europe

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Per- and polyfluorinated alkyl compounds (PFAS) are industrial chemicals used in various products, contaminating the environment and entering the human body through food and water consumption. Despite bans on some PFAS, concerns remain about their long-term health effects and environmental impact.

This Case Study focuses on PFAS contamination in Central Europe, highlighting its widespread use in various industries and its implications for human health and the environment. It addresses the challenges of studying PFAS risks and proposes pathway-oriented modeling approaches to better understand PFAS distribution and accumulation. Through the PLANET4HEALTH project, efforts are made to enhance modeling techniques and analyze environmental determinants to mitigate PFAS pollution in food and water sources.

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