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  • Centennial Partner Develops Test for Formaldehyde in Fish

     A Centennial Campus partner has developed an inexpensive instant test for formaldehyde on food and, in the process, found that about a fourth of the fish they bought at chain grocery stores contained unacceptable levels of the suspected carcinogen.

    A. James Attar and his co-workers at Appealing Products said formaldehyde was found only on some of the fish imported from China and South Vietnam. It was not found on fish produced in the United States, South America or India.

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    Sept. 11, 2013

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