Help the Baltic Sea - think what you eat!
Food supply chain causes a larger burden on the Baltic Sea than previously thought, as the majority of the nitrogen and phosphate load comes from food production. Consequently, hazardous substances accumulated in the marine ecosystem can pose a risk to the safety of what we eat. Both the burden and the risks caused by hazardous substances can be diminished by selecting the right foods and following dietary guidelines.
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