WASHINGTON — The U.S Food and Drug Administration has found that 11 samples (representing 11 shipments) of imported orange juice or orange juice concentrate have tested positive for carbendazim, a fungicide that is not legal for use on oranges in the U.S. Six of the positive-testing shipments came from Canada and five came from Brazil. The 11 shipments will be withheld from distribution in the United States. Testing positive means the sample contained 10 parts per billion or more ...

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