The Environmental Working Group continues to rank fruits and vegetables that have the highest levels of pesticide residues. Strawberries, grapes, peaches, cherries, and tomatoes top the list of fruits. Strawberries themselves had as many as 54 different pesticide residues earning them a spot on the so called “Dirty Dozen” list. Of course, the pesticides apply only to conventionally grown fruit. This may push some consumers in favor of organic summer fruit?
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Posted on 23 July 2020