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Toxic Heavy Metals
Baby Food Helpline

Various Baby Foods Linked to Developmental Issues in Infants.
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You May Qualify for Significant Compensation.


Toxic Baby Food Overview

In 2019, a non-profit organization named Healthy Babies Bright Futures published a report entitled “What’s in My Baby’s Food?” The study determined that 95% of tested baby food products contained toxic heavy metals, including arsenic, lead, cadmium and mercury.


Various baby foods have been found to contain up to 177x more than the acceptable level of lead, up to 91x more than the acceptable level of arsenic, up to 69x the acceptable level of cadmium, and up to 5x more than the acceptable level of mercury.


Impacts of Toxic Baby Food

The heavy metals found in baby foods are known to be associated with various developmental concerns in children including:


  • Autism

  • Asperger’s Disorder

  • ADHD

  • Low IQ

  • Other Neurological Injuries and Disorders

What’s This Lawsuit About?

If your child developed autism, ADHD, low-IQ or another neurobehavioral injury or disorder after consuming baby food from the following brands, you may qualify for financial compensation.


Finding out if you qualify is fast, easy and free.

  • Gerber

  • Beech-Nut

  • Happy Family Organics

  • Happy Baby

  • Plum Organics

  • Parent’s Choice

  • Sprout Organic Food

  • Earth’s Best Organic

  • Other

What’s This Lawsuit About?

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