[QUOTE=bitonti;4260093]That's a terrible plan.
Freedoms infringed? What freedoms, the freedom to poison children? or the freedom to drink poison?
If consumers' children are poisoned, it's a little late for education.[/QUOTE]
From the charts of data it looks like the vast majority are well under the limit or have ND meaning no arsnic detected. The government (FDA) did no alert us to the presence of higher arsnic in some samples yet the free market, Dr. Oz and Consumer Reports, did. 8 out of 70 samples had arsnic higher than the mandated 24ppb and yes that is parts per BILLION. a couple of those 8 were 25ppb. So you have a very good chance ~90% to get Apple Juice containing less than 24ppb. Panic over nothing IMO.