Good news for parents who give their children apple juice.
The food and drug administration is proposing new limits on inorganic arsenic in apple juice.
The new guidelines would call for no more than 10 parts per billion or the same level allowed in drinking water.
Inorganic arsenic is a naturally occurring mineral. It has been associated with skin lesions, developmental effects and heart disease.
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