Arsenic-Laced Dr Pepper

Could the famous drink, Dr Pepper, be poisoning its customers with arsenic? A worrying report has shown that bottles of water stamped with the logo “Keurig Dr Pepper” seem to contain an excessive level of arsenic. They apparently come from bottling plants in Mexico. The firm has indicated that it will conduct its own investigations and stop production for two weeks.

https://www.consumerreports.org/bottled-water/fda-still-hasnt-pushed-for-recall-of-bottled-water-import-with-excessive-arsenic/

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