A three piece Ci Sport lunch box set is being voluntarily recalled by California Innovations, Inc. because of a potential chemical leak in the freezer gel packs.
The lunch box set came with an aluminum water bottle and a freezer gel pack. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the company received two reports of dogs consuming the freezer gel packs; one dog died while the other was able to recover. The gel packs contain poisonous chemicals that can also be dangerous to humans.
The Ci Sport lunch box set was sold in Leon Korol, Cost U Less, and Costco stores. Consumers who have purchased the recalled product can return it to Costco for a full refund.
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Dangerous levels of inorganic arsenic, a carcinogen, and lead have been found in apple and fruit juices as a result of an investigation by Consumer Reports.
10% of juice sampled from five different brands had levels of inorganic arsenic that exceeded federal drinking water standards of 10 parts per billion. There is currently no federal arsenic or lead limitations in juices. One in four juices tested had levels of lead higher than federal drinking water standards as well.
Inorganic arsenic can cause lung, bladder, and skin cancer.
The FDA, however, claims that the arsenic in fruit juices are organic and “essentially harmless” despite Consumer Reports’ findings.
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