Friday, April 06, 2007

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News Release from The Environmental Working Group

When Should You Buy Organic?

Free Guide Ranks Pesticide Contamination
of Fruits and Vegetables

WASHINGTON — If you're concerned about food safety, you probably already look for organic produce at the supermarket. But if you can't always buy organic, you can still dramatically lower your family's exposure to chemical pesticides by choosing the least pesticide-contaminated fruits and vegetables with the Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce.

The Shopper's Guide is a handy, wallet-size card that lists the "Dirty Dozen" most contaminated fruits and vegetables, as well as the 12 most "Consistently Clean" items. It's available for free download at


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posted by Wendy at 5:49 PM


Blogger Shana-Lynn said...

Thanks for sharing this good information

10:56 AM  
Blogger Veronica TM said...

thanks for sharing the link, wendy.

10:00 PM  

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