In The Field

Enzyme cuts out acrylamide

Unapproved food additive could make baked goods safer.

Acrylamide, when it was found in food in 2002, seemed to be the ultimate confirmation that everything tasty is bad for you. Here was a compound that was a probable carcinogen and possible neurotoxin, lurking in practically every fried or baked good.

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