Jitters Over Juice: Arsenic Levels High In Some Apple, Grape Juices

Some of the apple or grape juice you keep on hand for the grandkids — or even yourself — may have elevated levels of arsenic,  a new study by Consumer Reports has found. Of 88 samples of various brands of  juice tested, nine had more arsenic than the government’s standard for drinking water, or 10 parts per billion (10 ppb). Apple juice brands that had at least one sample with more than 10 ppb of arsenic included Apple & Eve, …