California; Candy; Food – Safety measures; Lead poisoning in children; Mexico; Philippines
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The American Public Health Association: Recognizing that in April 2004, the Orange County Register in an investigative report, published for the first time information that the state of California had been testing for lead in candies for decades but had not informed the public about the high lead levels in many candies, candy wrappers and seasonings (sold as a snack item and consumed as candy) imported from Mexico, the Philippines and other countries.
Wagner, Bryan; Hughes, Colleen C.; and Sobsey, Robert
"Protecting Children from Overexposure to Lead in Candy and Protecting Children by Lowering the Blood Lead “Level of Concern” Standard,"
Nevada Journal of Public Health: Vol. 2
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/njph/vol2/iss1/2