The Environmental Protection Agency released a report Friday confirming that it only takes a trace amount of dioxin to put people at risk of ailments of the skin, immune system or other areas, but the agency shied away from warning about any health concerns linked to food contamination.

“Today’s findings show that generally, over a person’s lifetime, current exposure to dioxins does not pose a significant health risk,” the EPA said.

The EPA standards for the first time set a maximum human-exposure level for dioxins. The food and chemical industries have argued the EPA is using flawed science and will scare Americans about the food they eat, but federal officials said there will likely be no new regulations to restrict dioxin in food.