N.H. Tests Find PFAS Chemicals In Bottled Water Brands Sourced From Mass. Spring
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Tests by New Hampshire regulators show PFAS chemicals in bottled water brands sold across New England.
The Department of Environmental Services tested for PFAS in a random sample of bottled water sold in the state.
They found four brands with PFAS levels the state now considers unsafe. These were the generic brands for stores like Whole Foods, CVS, Market Basket and Cumberland Farms. They all contained water from a spring in Haverhill, Massachusetts.