Toxicological Risks in Foodstuffs Due to Chemical Contaminants

A special issue of Foods (ISSN 2304-8158). This special issue belongs to the section "Food Toxicology".

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Unité de Recherche Aliments Bioprocédés Toxicologie Environnements (ABTE) EA 4651, UNICAEN, Normandie University, 14000 Caen, France
Interests: food toxicology; marine products; food safety; risk analysis; microalgae; phycotoxins; ciguatera; functional food; cheese microbiology
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Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Grenoble, Grenoble, France
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

This Special Issue of Foods is focused on “Toxicological Risks in Foodstuffs Due to Chemical Contaminants”.

Food toxicology is an important field of study that investigates the potential risks caused by the various adverse chemical substances present in our food. The identification of chemical food hazards and analysis of the risks has led to an improvement in the regulations and preventive measures within the food industry. In spite of the progress made, challenges remain, such as the emergence of new chemical contaminants and their potential health implications. It is important to understand how these contaminants, natural (at low levels) or acquired (at the beginning of the food chain or from process), play a role in the food chain and food processing.  Understanding this role could help prevent problems such as chronic diseases that may arise throughout the genesis of marketed foods or natural foods. Continuous research and collaboration between food scientists and food toxicologists and consumers are vital to properly address these challenges. Therefore, this Special Issue is open to receive research results and/or quality reviews on new challenges and new technological approaches related to acquired toxic compounds (as pesticides), natural contaminants (as alkaloids) or contaminant formation (HAP) among others and risk assessment analysis. It could be completed from the point of view of additive information from consumer associations.

Prof. Dr. Jean-Paul Vernoux
Dr. Emmeline Lagrange
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • food toxicology
  • food safety
  • food contaminants
  • food hazards
  • risk analysis
  • risk assessment
  • risk management
  • risk reduction

Published Papers

There is no accepted submissions to this special issue at this moment.
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