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Toxic Chemical PFAS Found in McDonald’s Packaging

McDonald’s and Burger King declared that their food packaging used in China do not contain PFASs. The use of PFAS is subject to increasingly stringent supervision globally.

According to a report of Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families recently,  PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances), a type of cancerogenic chemical has been detected in some food packages at fast food giants such as McDonald's and Burger King in the United States. [1] It triggered heated discussion on Chinese social media and later on Aug 10th, McDonald's China and Burger King China clarified that food packages used in China completely conform to relevant GB standards and do not contain PFASs.

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