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(AP) SACRAMENTO State officials on Thursday urged consumers not to use some 56,000 potentially lead-tainted lunch boxes from China that were distributed through the Department of Public Health in an effort to get people to eat more fruits and vegetables.
Tests found elevated levels of lead in three of the boxes, officials said.
The boxes were given out at health fairs and other events and carried a logo saying "eat fruits and vegetables and be active." ...