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The European Union is to lay down maximum concentrations for 15 natural substances in natural  mineral water that it says may pose long term health risks in high concentrations. The move, in which labelling provisions are also to be strengthened, may mean some producers of natural mineral water will be forced to invest substantial amounts of money to ensure compliance with strengthened rules.


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