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Hidden In Food Acrylamide
Aug 18, 2016

Acrylamide is an organic compound found in some fried and grilled starchy foods by drinking, smoking will be exposed to acrylamide. Potential neurotoxicity, genotoxicity and carcinogenicity of acrylamide contamination once attracted the attention of the international community and national governments.

Usually in the food cooking temperature exceeds 120 ℃, it will produce acrylamide, in particular, and other fried, bakery, grilled foods during processing very prone to acrylamide. As food Acrylamide is formed in food processing, and therefore difficult to control the content, only to take some measures in the process to reduce the acrylamide content.