We are living in a fast world, where everything develops really rapidly.
Like everything else, the rapid development of nanotechnology has facilitated the transformations of traditional food and agriculture sectors, especially the invention of smart and active packaging, nanosensors, nano pesticides, and nano fertilizer.
The toxicological fundamentals of nanomaterials in food and agriculture are hazardous.
Brian Wilson explained and exposed a story from the Journal of Food and Drug Analysis, revealing how nanomaterials have been integrated into our daily foods.
The toxins may have chronic effects on the human body and the environment.
Watch the video below and hear more details.
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