Test results obtained by a congressional investigation showed dangerous levels of arsenic, lead, cadmium, and mercury in baby food. These test results were for products manufactured by companies that cooperated with Congress. But some companies didn’t even cooperate. Walmart, Campbell, and Sprout Foods refused to turn over the evidence for their own products. What are they hiding? In my experience, withholding this evidence would not have been done without the assistance (and possibly on the advice) of company lawyers. Come on. We’re talking about poison in baby food!!!! You didn’t go to law school hoping to help big companies get away with hiding evidence about potential poison in baby food.
What do Lawyers Have to do With Poison in Baby Food?
Updated: Mar 23