Lawsuit claims dangerous levels of arsenic in CA wines

March 21, 2015 12:39 PM

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A recent lawsuit is claiming that some types of wine from popular, inexpensive brands of California wine are exceeding the recommended levels of arsenic for safe consumption. In California there are no laws claiming that wine labels must show every detail about what goes on in there.

Water on the other hand, is highly regulated for arsenic. The Environmental Protection Agency’s safety limit for arsenic in drinking water is ten parts per billion, which is what the lawsuit is comparing the wine levels too.

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