Cadmium Contaminated Rice In China

Cadmium Contaminated Rice In China


Half of the rice tested positive in the Guangzhou region of China for cadmium. Cadmium, which is chemically similar to mercury and zinc, is a known carcinogen and dangerous when ingested. “According to data released by Guangzhou’s Food and Drug Administration, 44% of the rice tested within the city of roughly 12 million people showed high cadmium content.” To read more, click HERE.

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