Canadian Total Diet Study Experiences
The chapter summarizes the Canadian total diet study scope and design, and provides examples of results obtained for chemicals such as trace elements, pesticides and persistent organic pollutants.
KeywordsDietary Exposure Food Consumption Data Canadian Food Inspection Agency Total Diet Study Canadian Health Measure Survey
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