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Colorado Springs Vegan & Vegetarian Group Message Board › Shopper's Guide to Pesticides

Shopper's Guide to Pesticides

Shannon
Plant_Strong
Kaiserslautern, DE
Post #: 79
I just orderd my girls some laptop lunch bento boxes (http://www.reusablebags.com/store/laptop-lunches-bento-p-1904.html­) and it came with a nifty user guide. In the book, they recommended going to the following website to learn which produce to buy organic, and which conventionally-grown fruits and vegetables are okay if organic isn't available. Nice to know...
http://www.foodnews.org/­
Shannon
Plant_Strong
Kaiserslautern, DE
Post #: 131
Currently updated! I believe peaches used to be #1 and now apples move to the #1 spot (most pesticides detected). All produce was washed and, if able to, peeled in order to get their findings.

http://www.ewg.org/foodnews/­
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