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Toxicological Studies And Regulatory Aspects Of Nanobased Foods
A. Kalaiselvi, R. Rathna, E. Nakkeeran
Published 2018 · Business
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Nanotechnology is a major breakthrough technology that expanded its wings in several dimensions of life. Nanoscale materials found to have a wide range of applications in food sectors by enhancing the palatability, flavor, taste, micronutrient protection and shelf life of the food products. The market of nano-based food products are increasing at an immense rate but uncertainty on safety and risk is also emerging. The current regulatory framework for nano-based food products developed by Europe, United States, and Asia are eager to capture nanotechnology food products. In this chapter, toxicity studies of nanomaterials and knowledge gap between nanoscience and nanotechnology in the food sector are discussed. An overview of nanostructures, potential risk and future perspective of nanomaterials in food sciences is also discussed.
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