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Furan and methylfurans are volatile compounds that can be formed when food is heated and can be carcinogenic in higher quantities. Due to their low body weight, the sensitive consumer group of infants and small children tend to consume more furan per kilogram of body weight than adults. The formation of furan during the preparation of food can be significantly minimized by using moderate preparation conditions ("gilding instead of charring").
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