Thu, Jun 10, 2010 -- 5:30 PM

Lead Found in Children's Juice Boxes, Fruit Products
A California environmental group has found lead in juice and packaged fruit popular with children. Many of the products contained amounts of lead exceeding state and federal limits for young children. The Oakland-based Environmental Law Foundation tested a wide range of brands, and found that a single serving of many of the products would put children aged six and younger over the daily limit for lead.

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