EILAT, Israel Reuters - A rubbery sea creature with an irritating habit of clinging to ships and invading beaches could help measure plastic pollution as it can filter tiny particles from the ocean and store them in its soft tissue. Israeli researchers have found that ascidians - round, palm-sized animals also known as sea squirts can thrive in dirty industrial areas and pristine waters alike, allowing them to detect and analyze waste and its impact in various regions. A staggering amount of plastic flows into the ocean each year. The United Nations says it is as if a garbage truck full of plastic was dumped into the water every minute, a rate some estimates show could lead to oceans carrying more plastic than fish in 30 years. But the long-term impact of the waste, particularly tiny pieces called microplastic, is still not fully understood.
Squirt Ruby Red Citrus and Berry Soda, 12 Fl. Oz., 12 Count - nrcdds.com
Foods represented or purported to be for use by infants, children less than 4 years of age, pregnant women, or lactating women shall use the RDI's that are specified for the intended group provided by the FDA. This is great squirt taste with a little bit of berry flavor thrown in. It's pretty refreshing, maybe a little less pucker-y than the original which I still really like. It's got a little more sweetness to it. Here at Walmart.