If your diet includes seafood it could mean you’re swallowing up to 11,000 pieces of plastic a year, scientists have warned – and it’s going to get worse.
Researchers found that the average portion of mussels contains around 90 plastic particles, while six oysters contain around 50 particles.
This means someone eating the equivalent of two portions of mussels a week would swallow up to 11,000 plastic fibres in a year.
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