Makers of baby food go on trial over warning labels

04/9/2013 | MedicalDaily.com · USA Today

California Judge Steven Brick on Monday heard testimony in relation to a 2011 lawsuit filed by the Environmental Law Foundation against several makers of baby food for failing to include warning labels on products with high levels of lead. Legal counsel for the companies argued that the lead is a natural part of the foods used to make baby food, and that FDA officials have tested their products and found lead concentrations to be below the standards that call for consumer warning.

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