New FDA limits on arsenic levels in infant rice cereals don't adequately protect children, critics say

(CNN)It's official: There's a limit on how much arsenic can be in your baby's cereal.

The US Food and Drug Administration issued its final guidance on limiting the levels of inorganic arsenic found in infant rice cereal on Wednesday -- capping the level of arsenic allowable at 100 parts per billion. That's the same level it proposed in 2016.
The guidance applies to all types of infant rice cereals: White, brown, organically grown and conventionally grown rice, the agency said.
    The action prompted immediate criticism from consumer advocacy groups.