• New laws in Connecticut and Vermont ban the use of PFAS in food packaging

  • The FDA has found PFAS present at detectable levels in various foods supporting an EPA 2016 health advisory

  • PFAS are listed as possible carcinogens and are linked to other health concerns

  • Foods grown in contaminated soils, irrigated with contaminated water, or in contact with certain food wrappings may contain PFAS

  • Media discussions on PFAS hazards have further raised consumer awareness

  • Monitoring ingredients and packaging reduce contamination risk

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Thank you for visiting us at IAFP. This year’s conference brought together experts from across the globe to learn, engage, and collaborate on the latest scientific advancements in the food industry. As we reflect on the successes of the show, we wanted to share with you some of the highlights that stuck out to us!

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