Scientists have found half of rice varieties they tested exceeded maximum arsenic limits for young children in the United Kingdom.

A team at the University of Sheffield’s Institute for Sustainable Food found 28 of 55 rice samples sold in the U.K. contained levels of arsenic that exceeded European Commission regulations for rice for infants or children under the age of five.

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