High Lead Levels Prompt Plum Recall
October 11, 2010 – Last week, Chula Vista-based Candy El Pecas announced the recall of Saladitos (plums) con Chile y Limon. The salted plums are sold in 1.5 ounce clear bags with a red, white, and green picture of a boy on it.
The state Department of Public Health informed the company about the elevated lead levels on Wednesday. Public health officials found that the product contains 0.7 micrograms of lead per gram. The FDA says children under the age of 6 shouldn’t consume more than 6 micrograms of lead per day.
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