Where is the nano food in Europe?
An independent testing commissioned by Friends of the Earth in Australia has found nanoparticles of titanium dioxide (TiO2) and silica (SiO2) in a range of food products (see http://emergingtech.foe.org.au/independent-testing-finds-potentially-harmful-nanoparticles-in-common-food-products/), but there is only 1 single food product in The Nanodatabase so far and that is a coffee machine (see http://nanodb.dk/en/analysis/#chartHashsection and http://nanodb.dk/en/search-database/?fn.y_cy=2013&fn.lp_cs=3539).
How can that be? Are European food manufacturers missing out on the next industrial revolution or why aren’t producers of food with nanomaterials making claims about nanotechnology?
If you know of food that entails nanomaterials or is based on nanotechnology, feel free to report the product to The Nanodatabase via http://nanodb.dk/en/report-product/