LONDON – Scientists found microplastics from polyester, polystyrene and nylon in all 32 samples of canned tuna analysed. A study team used fluorescence and micro-FTIR spectrometry to analyse the content of 32 cans of tuna, 16 in brine and 16 in oil. Every sample was found to contain microplastics, with a significantly greater presence observed in water-soaked tuna compared to oil-soaked tuna.
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