Arsenic has long been recognized as a poison and a contaminant in drinking water, but now concerns are growing about arsenic in foods, especially in fruit juices that are a mainstay for children.
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CR January investigative report, “You are what they eat,” raises concerns that the federal government isn’t doing enough to protect the feed supply and that as a result, the food we eat may not be as safe as it could be.
- Why we raised an alarm on apple juice Source: Chicago Tribune (Wednesday September 21, 2020)
- Testing Finds Arsenic in Apple Juice Source: Food and Water Watch (Thursday July 21, 2020)
- Pfizer Suspends Sales of Chicken Drug With Arsenic Source: New York Times (Wednesday June 8, 2020)
After a government study found trace amounts of this poisonous carcinogen in chickens, its maker will suspend its sales.