The Keurig Dr Pepper company today announced a recall of an unspecified volume of its Peñafiel brand unflavored mineral spring water because an independent laboratory found “volative levels of arsenic” in samples.
Consumer Reports has identified 11 brands of bottled water, out of more than 130 that either self-reported or were tested by the consumer organization, that contain detectable amounts of arsenic.
The latest outbreaks of foot-and-mouth disease have already cost South Korea $2.6 billion, and the latest victim could be its bottled water industry.
South Korea has been dealing with the highly contagious and sometimes fatal
Certain lots of Mountain Pure bottled drinking water have been recalled because test results show the presence of biological contamination, the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) announced Monday.
More testing is needed to identify…
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ANAHEIM—Most people who engage in the tap versus bottled water debate probably do not know the extent to which the federal government goes to make sure there is not any difference between the two.
Its “Glacier Mountain” bottled water does not come from “Artesian Wells” and is not “deionized.” Its Ugly Mug Coffee does not come from either Peru or Costa Rica as listed on the label.
The American Society of Microbiology recently presented a study at the 110th General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology which found that more than 70 percent of bottled water samples from Canada contain bacterial
A Washington state woman who made one false report too many about a piece of glass in a bottle of water is getting both jail time and home detention, according to federal prosecutors.
Two bottled water companies that are well known in the areas they serve have run into trouble with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Sweet Springs in West Virginia and Girard Spring in Rhode