Many of you already know that a study found lead in the majority the items tested. The list included kids' juices and foods like fruit cocktail. I don't have a link right now, but you can Google it and see the brand names (and generics) to avoid.
It is very discouraging. My family is dependent on the food supply. We are not in a position to grow our own food right now.
found a list
I actually somehow missed this so I'm reading up on it now
Answer by mancosmomma at 7:53 PM on Jun. 28, 2010
The group, Environment Law Foundation, is rather left wing. I know people don't like to have stuff like that pointed out, but they have an interest in making allegations like this. It said the food "could be contaminated". It didn't say the food IS contaminated. The ELF puts these allegations out there and POOF - industry ruined. Research your sources first and then decide if you can trust them to not have an agenda.
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