FDA proposes tighter arsenic limits in apple juice

Studies have shown that apple juice contains very low arsenic levels, but the FDA has proposed to lower the acceptable levels to 10 parts per billion, equal to the Environmental Protection Agency's arsenic limit for drinking water. The move was made to "give guidance to industry and to assure ongoing safety and quality," FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg said.

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