If you need help trying to decide whether to buy conventional or organic produce at the supermarket, download the Shopper's Guide to Pesticides from the Environmental Working Group. It lists the "dirty dozen," the top ten fruits and vegetables you should buy organic, and the "clean 15," the fruits and vegetables with the lowest levels of pesticides residue. [via US Food Policy]
Peaches Apples Bell peppers Celery Nectarines
Strawberries Cherries Kale Lettuce Grapes (imported) Carrots Pears
Onions Avocados Sweet corn Pineapples Mangoes Asparagus Sweet peas Kiwis Cabbage Eggplant Papaya Watermelons Broccoli Tomatoes Sweet potatoes
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