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Packaged Foods

Arsenic in Some Bottled Water Brands at Unsafe Levels

Melanie Wong | Jul 16, 201911:03 PM     5

Of the 130 brands tested by Consumer Reports, six that had 3 ppb (the maximum amount Consumer Reports recommends for bottled water which below the Food and Drug Administration’s 10 ppb limit.) or higher were:
Whole Foods' Starkey brand
Keurig Dr Pepper's Peñafiel
Crystal Geyser Alpine Spring Water
Danone's Volvic
Crystal Creamery
EartH2O regional brands

Arsenic in Some Bottled Water Brands at Unsafe Levels, Consumer Reports Says

A Consumer Reports investigation finds that arsenic in some bottled water brands is at unsafe levels. Keurig Dr Pepper suspends production of its Pe...

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