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From: Food Quality & Safety Magazine, 12.13.2011

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FDA May Modify Rule on Arsenic in Juice

Consumers Union study details potential threat, might spark new guidance

In the wake of a Consumer Reports study that found levels of arsenic that exceeded the federal standards for bottled water (10 parts per billion, or ppb) in about 10% of sampled apple and grape juices, the FDA has said it will consider tightening its restrictions on arsenic levels in juice.

Study to Assess Pastured Poultry Safety

2-year project to assess birds raised by small farms

On average, some 1,500 broiler chickens are sold each year by pastured poultry farms—small enterprises that raise the birds in open-air pens or free-range environments, giving them an antibiotic-free, organic diet that’s USDA-certified.

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