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Baby Food Makers Kept Selling Products with Arsenic Levels Exceeding FDA-Approved Limits

HeadlineSep 30, 2021

Baby food manufacturers allowed products contaminated with heavy metals to remain on store shelves — even after dangerous levels of the toxic chemicals were detected in their products. That’s according to a new congressional report released Wednesday, which found baby food makers Gerber and Beech-Nut failed to recall infant rice cereals tested to have arsenic levels above FDA limits.

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