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Low-lead calcium marketing by two U.S. suppliers coincides with growing public concern.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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PLUESS-STAUFER PLANS SECOND QUARTER AVAILABILITY OF LOW-LEAD CALCIUM for food and drug products after opening a new calcium carbonate quarry in California on Jan. 6. The privately held Lucerne Valley, Calif.-based company, whose parent corporation is based in Switzerland, claims to be the largest calcium carbonate supplier in the world. Availability of the low-lead calcium coincides with the growing public concern over lead levels in calcium supplements and OTC antacid products.
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