FDA proposes new levels for lead in baby food, but critics say more action is needed

The allowable levels of lead in certain baby and toddler foods should be set at 20 parts per billion or less, according to new draft guidance issued Tuesday by the US Food and Drug Administration. Read this story at , , , , , , ,

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