You Should Know
January 2004 Issue
Produce’s Latest “Dirty (and Clean) Dozen”
Fruits and vegetables should be atop your grocery list. Pesticides shouldn’t. To help meet that dual goal, the not-for-profit Environmental Working Group (EWG) recently released another of their periodic rankings of conventionally grown fruits and vegetables by how likely they are to be contaminated with pesticide residues.
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