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FDA allows unlimited heavy metals in most foods, but now seeks to limit arsenic in rice formulas for infants

NaturalNews.com Monday, 23 May 2016
(NaturalNews) The US Food and Drug administration (FDA) recently proposed a maximum limit for inorganic arsenic, after several rice cereals for infants and toddlers were shown to have alarming levels of the substance. Although the proposal would seem to be cause for celebration, the...
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