Consumer Reports: Arsenic, Lead Found in Dozens of Fruit Juices

Jan 30, 2019 - Fortune

A Consumer Reports test of 45 fruit juices sold around the country found elevated levels of heavy metals, including cadmium, lead, mercury, and arsenic, in roughly half the brands sampled.

The juices, which ranged from apple, grape, and pear to fruit blends, are found in major retailers nationwide and include a wide range of store and commercial brands.

Seven juices presented a potential risk to people who consumed just a half-cup, or four ounces, per day: Trader Joe’s Fresh Presse...