WASHINGTON — Shelf-stable juice is benefiting from fruit/vegetable blends, but it hasn't been all good news for the category. An episode of the “Dr. Oz Show” last month investigated the safety of apple juice, reporting that 10 of three dozen juice samples from five different brands came back with higher than the arsenic limit allowed in drinking water. Although arsenic has been banned in the U.S., it's not regulated in some other countries from which the U.S. ...

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