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    Lead Found in Baby Food

    I am posting this in this forum because it seems like mothers buy most of the baby food in the household.

    These companies must now bring themselves into compliance with Proposition 65 by either reducing or eliminating the lead, or by placing "clear and reasonable warnings" on the food packages. If, at the end of 60 days, no law enforcement agency is prosecuting the violation, the Environmental Law Foundation will file suit to enforce the law, reported Before It's News.

    The notices were based on testing performed on 398 samples of 146 different branded products in the five categories. Samples were purchased throughout California. A list of all products tested (PDF) and whether they did or did not exceed Prop 65's warning threshold is also found on the foundation's website.

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    That is absolutely sickening.


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      Now to go home and throw out my Mott's Apple juice.
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        How terrible! I'm going to pass this on...thank you for sharing.
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