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Business Insider 04/19/2019 21:56
Whole Foods' bottled-water brand, Starkey Water, has arsenic levels in it high enough to cause damage if ingested regularly, according to a new investigation conducted by Consumer Reports.
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WN.com 04/19/2019 16:33
A recent Consumer Reports article regarding arsenic in bottled water (April 2019) contains several false and misleading statements, makes claims that are not based on sound science, and unnecessarily scares consumers about the safety of bottled water.
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It makes no sense that consumers can purchase bottled water that is less safe than tap water,' said Consumer Reports chief scientific officer, Dr James Dickerson.
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Forbes 04/18/2019 09:00
Chef Simone Zanoni has been heading up Michelin-starred Le George at Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, the only European hotel decorated with five Michelin stars, since September 2016, and also recently wrote a book. But the one thing he's not? Predictable. For starters: he's banned bottled water.
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Fast Company 04/18/2019 03:57
Consumer Reports has released the results of an investigation into arsenic levels in popular brands of bottled water.
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NaturalNews.com 04/10/2019 16:11
While the new regulation is a step in the right direction for protecting human health, it does not erase the fact that the FDA endorses the deliberate poisoning of bottled water in the first place.
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