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Not all that meaningless - microplastics in our food

 
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New research show that microplastics can indeed travel through the root systems of fruits and vegetables to be eaten by us.  Apples appear to be the worst offenders.

Environment Journal Online

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And I was worried about storing food in plastic. ☹️😬🤔
 
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