How does a fungicide like carbendazim end up in imported orange juice?

Gary Ginsberg
Medical Toxicology

The same process that makes your orange juice taste fresh might be introducing toxins into your diet. In this video, toxicologist Dr. Gary Ginsberg explains how a fungicide like carbendazim ends up in imported orange juice.

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