No way this is true right? I just saw this pop up on CBS 7's news feed and read the story thinking it was some sort of click bait, but it seems like this is a real thing. They're even listing foods that doctors are suggesting as alternatives. This can't be real life. How has no one caught this in so many years? Here's a link to the actual news story, because I'm by no means a journalist. I think they'll do a better job of relaying the proper information.https://www.cbs7.com/content/news/Toxic-chemicals-found-in-many-baby-foods-study-finds-563299571.html?fbclid=IwAR2eOQsjnscZEleGmL8lOFCexRLpmK1d0gwqSAWNTaXm3JdyA6STXXwCK38