Canada: Lead levels in candy pose no risk

07/8/2014 | ConfectioneryNews.com (France)

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has declared that lead levels in candy, cocoa powder and chocolate pose no health risk. A study published in January had warned that children who consumed large amounts of chocolate or candy could exceed the allowable daily limits for lead consumption and had urged the consumption of milk or white chocolate, which contain lower lead amounts.

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