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FDA Proposes New Rule for Arsenic in Apple Juice

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July 12, 2013
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The Food and Drug Administration says the level of arsenic acceptable in apple juice should be the same as that allowed in drinking water. The agency says apple juice has always been safe to drink, but it's hoping to further limit exposure.


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