Biohit Announces the Results of Acetaldehyde Measurements in Commercial Quarks and Soy Sauces
6/11/2013 9:09:26 AM
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Biohit has carried out new measurements of acetaldehyde concentrations in quarks and soy sauces. Acetaldehyde is a substance with apple flavor that is especially rich in food prepared with a fermentation process such as alcohol beverages, vinegar and dairy products. In 2009, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), which forms part of the World Health Organization, classified acetaldehyde included in and generated endogenously from alcoholic beverages as a Group I human carcinogen.
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