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Topo Chico cuts PFAS levels by more than half

New tests by Consumer Reports found Topo Chico cut PFAS levels by more than half, but levels in the popular carbonate water brand were still above a cutoff some experts think is more appropriate.
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Topo Chico Cuts PFAS Levels by More Than Half - Consumer Reports

New tests by Consumer Reports found Topo Chico cut PFAS levels by more than half, but levels in the popular carbonate water brand were still above a cutoff some experts think is more appropriate.
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