Consumer Reports Finds Arsenic at Potentially Dangerous Levels in Bottled Water
A Consumer Reports' investigation found arsenic in some bottled water that exceeded the federal limit of 10 parts per billion. The CR review of public records and independent tests found Keurig Dr Pepper-owned Penafiel had water that tested as high as 17 parts per billion. According to some states, health officials and CR the arsenic limit should be changed to no more than 3 parts per billion. This report follows a recall in 2017 of more than 2,000 cases of Take Starkey Spring Water, owned by Whole Foods, that exceeded federal government's arsenic levels. Andersen Sleater Sianni represents consumers who may have purchased products that did not disclose their potential health and safety risks. Click here to read more about arsenic in bottled water.