Baby Food Sold At Walmart Recalled For Arsenic

A safety alert for new parents. Some baby food sold at Walmart is being recalled after testing showed it had high levels of arsenic. The retail giant has pulled the items from store shelves and blocked it online. The recall affects three different lots of Parent's Choice Rice Baby Cereal made by Maple Island. The eight-ounce bags were sold after April 5th with "best if used by" dates of June 24th, June 25th, and November 30th of next year.