Microplastics found in commonly-consumed mussel species


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Love mussels? Unfortunately, you might be consuming some microplastics along with them. — AFP

The most widely consumed species of mussels around the world are believed to contain microplastics, according to researchers at the University of Bayreuth in Germany.

Among the samples taken, mussels from the North Atlantic and South Pacific were the most contaminated.

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