Consumer Reports Magazine revealed its latest research into arsenic levels in apple juice and grape juice that may cause some parents to think twice before pouring a glass, according to NBC.
(christa) new questions tonight about the safety of some fruit juices. in a consumer reports study of the 88 samples tested — 10 percent had arsenic levels that exceeded federal drinking water standards. unlike water, there are no federal limits set for juice in september, doctor oz announced findings from his own study of arsenic levels in apple juice. the f-d-a said the study didn’t differentiate between organic and inorganic arsenic. in the consumer reports test, three-eighths was inorganic — a known CARCINOGEN.”its a product that everyone feeds their children and infants. I don’t understand how there could possibly be such a thing in something so natural.” THE f-d-a says the level of concern for arsenic in apple juice is 23 parts per billion. only one of the grape juices tested by consumer reports exceed that level, none of the apple juices reached that level.. in comparison, the f