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June 2007 Issue

Is It Safer to Eat Organic Spinach
. . .or Peaches or Apples? EN Weighs In

Last October, spinach tainted with E. coli sickened more than 200 people and caused three deaths. The outbreak involved spinach packaged and grown by companies committed to organic produce, which many people believe is safer than conventionally grown produce. Is that the case? EN weighs in.

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