Toxic Heavy Metals in Baby Food: New Concerns

A second Congressional report urges speedier action

Back in February, the House Oversight subcommittee issued a troubling report concluding that many baby and toddler foods contain excessively high levels of heavy metals, such as arsenic, cadmium, and lead, that can harm babies’ developing brains. (My recap here.)

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) responded with its “Closer to Zero” action plan, prom…

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