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Keurig May Have Exposed Consumers To Poison

Keurig May Have Exposed Consumers To Poison

Keurig, one of the world’s largest bottler’s distributors and subsidy of Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, allegedly failed to disclose a harmful toxic being found in their product – Peñafiel Mineral Spring Water.

Peñafiel Mineral Spring Water has allegedly been contaminated by toxic levels of arsenic for many years. Too much exposure to arsenic could potentially cause lung or bladder cancer, and skin discoloration when ingested.

The FDA detected these unlawful arsenic levels on more than one occasion, but Keurig may have disregarded the danger by not shutting down operations at its Peñafiel plant in Mexico. Consumers claim that until recently, Keurig did not undertake remedial measures and to this day has failed to issue a recall. Keurig has allegedly concealed that thousands of its customers have ingested bottled water which contains unsafe levels of arsenic, a known poison.

Consumer Reports alleged that Peñafiel water was the only brand that exhibited such high toxicity.

If you or anyone you know may have purchased Peñafiel Mineral Spring Water , please contact Finkelstein Thompson LLP. You can reach us at contact@finkelsteinthompson.com or call us toll-free at 1-844-280-5009.

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