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Arsenic-free fruit juice

By: 3 December 2011 One Comment

Everyone from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to concerned parents have been taking a hard look at reports of concern over high arsenic levels in fruit juice as of late.

Is there too much arsenic in fruit juice? What arsenic levels — if any — are considered unsafe? Are the government’s assurances that a little arsenic is OK reliable?

Siloam Springs Attorney David A. Bailey is bothering answering any of those questions. Bailey is a fruit juice proponent, but he doesn’t bother with buying it from the store. No, he says one can avoid worrying about what might be lurking in a glass of fruit juice simply by purchasing a juicer and controlling what is put into it.

You can read his article here.

About: Ethan C. Nobles:
Benton resident. Rogue journalist. Recovering attorney. Email = Ethan@FirstArkansasNews.net.

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