Apparently, there are a number of hot sauces, especially from Mexico, which have levels of lead that exceed allowable limits. Unfortunately, the article does not make clear why that might be--from the soil, from handling, whatever. However, the article makes up for that with the hilarious comment that parents might want to be cautious when giving hot sauce products to their children.
Well, yes. And for the parents who can't clue in on another possible reason that their children might not want to eat a lot of hot sauce, here's a safe product from the fine folks at Gerber.
The first time I found this, I put a copy on a colleague's door, knowing that his wife made award-winning salsa. He tracked me down and let me know his wife also did daycare.
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