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Any food category can be impacted by sensationalist “research” findings

The claim: Seafood lovers could be eating up to 11,000 microscopic pieces of plastic a year.

Reality Check verdict: There is evidence of plastic microparticles being found in the particular mussels and oysters examined, but the research suggests that in order to consume that much plastic you’d have to be eating an average of more than four oysters or between 17 and 18 mussels a day.

READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT: https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-42270729

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