Schumer requires federal probe of contaminated child meals

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The Senate’s prime Democrat is asking on the Meals and Drug Administration to look at a report that discovered dozens of child meals merchandise contaminated with lead and different metals.

Sen. Chuck Schumer says Sunday the FDA should take extra motion to control the infant meals trade. A research by Wholesome Infants Shiny Futures discovered the presence of heavy metals in 95% of the 168 child meals that have been examined.

The research discovered 95% of the meals examined contained lead, arsenic, mercury or cadmium. It discovered one in 4 child meals that have been examined contained all 4 metals.

The New York senator says shoppers “rightfully anticipate these meals to be undeniably protected, appropriately regulated and nutritiously sustaining.”

He says federal regulators ought to look at the research and launch a public assertion of their findings.


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