Baby food testing: 95% of foods in U.S. have toxic metals

A new study into what babies in the United States eat may have parents asking what is safe anymore.

Researchers examined 168 baby foods made by companies in the U.S. The tests found that 95% of them contained lead, 73% had arsenic, 75% had cadmium and 32% had mercury, CNN reported.

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The report was compiled by Healthy Babies Bright Futures and was released Thursday. The group is focused on removing toxic chemicals that it says can impact brain development.

Baby food full report by National Content Desk on Scribd