Report arsenic found in common breakfast cereals

May 10, 2016 | | Say something

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New research has found that more than half of some of the most popular rice cereal products exceeds its proposed new limits for arsenic. Although there are strict limits on the amount of allowable level of arsenic in the water, at the moment there is no maximum levels in food – and now some scientists are talking about, because they are concerned about the effects of long term exposure.

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