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Food Additives & Contaminants: Part A is now published as Food Additives and Contaminants.

Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

Volume 32, Number 1, 2 January 2015

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Establishing a food list for a Total Diet Study: how does food consumption of specific subpopulations need to be considered?
pp. 9-24(16)
Authors: Akhandaf; De Henauw; Dofkova; Ruprich; Papadopoulos; Sirot; Kennedy; Pinchen; Blume; Lindtner; Brantsaeter; Meltzer; Sioen

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Determination of total cadmium, lead, arsenic, mercury and inorganic arsenic in mushrooms: outcome of IMEP-116 and IMEP-39
pp. 54-67(14)
Authors: Cordeiro; Llorente-Mirandes; López-Sánchez; Rubio; Sánchez Agullo; Raber; Scharf; Vélez; Devesa; Fiamegos; Emteborg; Seghers; Robouch; de la Calle

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Carryover of cadmium from feed in growing pigs
pp. 68-79(12)
Authors: Hoogenboom; Hattink; van Polanen; van Oostrom; Verbunt; Traag; Kan; van Eijkeren; De Boeck; Zeilmaker

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Growing patterns to produce ‘nitrate-free’ lettuce (Lactuca sativa)
pp. 80-86(7)
Authors: Croitoru; Muntean; Fülöp; Modroiu

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Instability of an aromatic amine in fatty food and fatty food simulant: characterisation of reaction products and prediction of their toxicity
pp. 100-109(10)
Authors: Paseiro-Cerrato; Rodríguez-Bernaldo de Quirós; Sendón; Bustos; Sánchez; López-Hernández; Paseiro-Losada

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