There has been much controversy over whether or not there is arsenic in those store bought fruit juices.

When the school year began, Dr Oz, host of "The Dr. Oz Show" claimed he had commissioned some tests and found 10 out of three dozen apple-juice samples had arsenic levels exceeding what would be considered 'safe.'

From what I understand, there is no 'threshold' as to what is above tolerable when it comes to arsenic in the juices (or our food). But, the limit for bottled or public water is 10ppb. And yes, it's in the drinking water too.

Consumer Reports did there own investigation and have a different opinion.

Here is what there report shows.

 

I have also included a list of Popular Brands of Juice that are considered to be at "toxic" levels.