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Consumer Questions Mott’s Applesauce Safety

July 17, 2012 by


A consumer called US Food Safety this morning. He purchased a Mott’s Applesauce 6-pack and told us one container was bulging and oozing. Some of the applesauce landed on his finger. He was worried about botulism. US Food Safety errs on the side of caution always and we recommended that he do the following: call his health care provider, call […]

FDA letter says Apple Juice is Safe to Drink – do you believe it?

November 30, 2011 by


Here is an excerpt from the letter: Outside Testing Results are Inconsistent with FDA’s Results “That testing commissioned by the Empire State Consumer Project and conducted by Paradigm Environmental Services, Inc., identified a sample of Mott’s Apple Juice with an arsenic level of 55 ppb, and noted that the Environmental Protection Agency has set a […]

Arsenic found in Mott’s apple juice – update

July 22, 2011 by


Testing by a local consumer group has found elevated levels of arsenic in Mott’s apple juice, renewing calls by a food safety group for tighter standards on imported foods. The Rochester-based Empire State Consumer Project arranged for laboratory analysis of five brands each of apple juice and apple sauce, including Wegmans brands. No arsenic was […]