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Apple Juice Recall

July 25, 2014 by

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Big Y posted the following recall on its website. . Lakewood Organic has issued a recall for Fresh Pressed Apple Juice that may have levels of inorganic arsenic that exceed FDA limits. This product is being recalled as a precaution because it could have levels of inorganic arsenic that exceed FDA limits. There have been […]

Most over-sweetened kids’ drinks

March 13, 2014 by

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While you might be aware just how sugary sodas are bad for your — and your kids’ — health, you might not know that some fruit-flavored children’s drinks — and juices — can have just as much sugar as soda, and be nearly as nutritionally empty. Many of these syrupy beverages are no more than […]

Apple Juice Recall

March 12, 2014 by

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Food City has posted the recall below on its website. Valu Time Apple Juice 12 oz. – 3/11/14 No further information is available at the time of this posting. _____________________ © 2014 US Food Safety Corporation. No copyright claim is made for portions of this blog and linked items that are works of the United […]

FDA Extends Comment Period for Proposed “action level” for Arsenic in Apple Juice

September 12, 2013 by

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has extended by 60 days the period for submission of comments, scientific data and other information in connection with its draft guidance for industry titled “Arsenic in Apple Juice: Action Level.” The new deadline is November 12, 2013.   The draft guidance identifies for the industry an action level […]

FDA: Action level for Arsenic in Apple Juice

July 12, 2013 by

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today proposed an “action level” of 10 parts per billion (ppb) for inorganic arsenic in apple juice. This is the same level set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for arsenic in drinking water. “The FDA is committed to ensuring the safety of the American food supply and […]

Arsenic in your juice? How much is too much? Federal limits don’t exist.

November 30, 2011 by

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In an article in the January 2012, Consumer Reports, arsenic in apple and grape juice exceed the federal drinking water standards. The Food and Drug Administration, trying to reassure consumers about the safety of apple juice, claimed that most arsenic in juices and other foods is of the organic type that is “essentially harmless.” Consumer […]