Today, lemon pops, the most popular snack, will be tested for contaminants, with a warning from the FDA that children may be exposed to high levels of lead and arsenic.
The FDA said in a statement that “lead and arsenic in children’s food and drink can be harmful and lead-based paint can be hazardous to the environment.”
The FDA said that the results of testing will not be available for more than two months and that the tests have not been linked to health effects.
The agency said it has notified the manufacturer of each product.
“Lead and arsenic can pose a serious health risk to children, as lead can cause developmental problems and even death,” the FDA said.
The FDA says the tests will be conducted over a period of five years, with results to be posted online in two years.
According to the FDA, the agency’s primary concern with the tests is whether they are causing health problems for children.
The agency also said that it’s not aware of any health effects that might result from the use of the products.
Health experts have called for the FDA to make lemon pops the new official “official” food of the nation.
But the FDA says that while the products are safe to eat, the FDA doesn’t consider them to be a “food” or “fruits.”
The agency says that the products can be contaminated by other ingredients, such as sugar, and that lead and other ingredients in the food and drinks could lead to a health issue.