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September 2015 Issue

Update: Arsenic in Foods

Arsenic contamination in the food supply is still a concern, but you can take steps to reduce your exposure.

Large-scale concern over the levels of arsenic in food hit the mainstream in 2012, when Consumer Reports found that rice, apple juice, and other foods, including organically grown versions, contain considerable levels of arsenic. EN updates you with the latest evidence.

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