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Contaminated vegetables from polluted gardens may pose health risk

EU Science for Environment Policy: Air pollution City dwellers who grow their own fruit and vegetables may be consuming high levels of pollutants. In a recent study, researchers found that vegetables grown on plots in Berlin, Germany, often contained higher concentrations of some heavy metals than shop-bought vegetables, with those grown close to busy roads containing the greatest quantities. EU Science for Environment Policy: Air pollution

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