Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Environmental Working Group Dirty Dozen & Clean Fifteen Lists Help You Eat Healthier

Curious about which foods are covered and pesticides and which ones have managed to stay chemical free? The Environmental Working Group releases a yearly list of the Clean Fifteen and Dirty Dozen.

To avoid the pesticides on the fruits and vegetables listed on the Dirty Dozen, consider buying them in their organic form or opt for 'clean' mangoes instead of 'dirty' nectarines.

For a list of 51 fruits and veggies and where they rank of the pesticide contaminant list visit

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