YONKERS, N.Y. — Consumer Reports is asking the Food and Drug Administration to set limits for arsenic beginning with rice products and fruit juices. The request comes after a recent analysis of rice and rice-based products revealed measurable amounts of arsenic in both organic and inorganic forms. Earlier this year a Consumer Reports test of juice revealed total arsenic levels that exceed federal drinking-water standards in roughly 10% of samples from five brands. Inorganic ...

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