WASHINGTON — Amidst reports of arsenic and lead in juice, the Juice Products Association contends that juice is safe for consumers of all ages.    “Safety and quality have always been and will continue to be the top priorities for U.S. juice producers,” said JPA in a press statement.   The announcement came in response to a Consumer Reports analysis that found arsenic levels exceeding federal drinking water standards in 10% of 88 samples of apple ...

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