Wine you order online could have alarming substances
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A recent study of wines ordered through online apps in the UK has revealed high levels of undisclosed substances, raising concerns about the safety and quality of online wine retailers.
Recent analyses of wines ordered through online apps in the United Kingdom have revealed such shocking results that it might make dedicated oenophiles reconsider their love for the grape.
The study found that 23% of the analyzed wines had high levels of sulphites and histamines, which can lead to adverse health effects.
An unprecedented percentage (23%) of wines exhibited uncharacteristically high levels of sulphites and histamines.
In addition to sulphites and histamines, traces of pesticides, uncertified colorants, and preservatives were found in 17% of the analyzed wines, and 15% of the wines were mislabeled.
Traces of pesticides, uncertified colorants, and preservatives beyond permissible levels were detected in 17% of the analyzed wines.
Read at London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com
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