Brussels – 30 January 2013: The European Natural Soyfoods Manufacturers Association (ENSA) takes note of the conclusions of the Livsmedelsverket/Swedish National Food Agency report entitled, ‘Contaminants and Minerals in Foods for Infants and Young Children’, which found that infants and young children may be exposed to increased levels of certain contaminants and minerals by the consumption of certain foods. ENSA believes that maximum levels for harmful substances should not be surpassed and consumers should be accurately informed about the products they consume.

ENSA position on Swedish NFA study (PDF)