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    The Pesticide Pack

    Organic farming is gentler on the planet and minimizes our exposure to pesticides and other chemicals utilized in conventional farming to maximize growth conditions and output.

    It’s funny — what we now call organic farming WAS conventional farming decades ago.

    While ideally we would always have access to — and money to spend on — purely organic produce, I realize this is not the case for everyone.

    Lucky for us, the non-profit Environmental Working Group conducted 43,000 tests over the course of five years (2000 – 2005) to determine what fruits and vegetables carry the highest pesticide load (AKA which ones you should always try to go organic for).

    The top ten offenders, in order, are:

    Peaches
    Apples
    Sweet bell peppers
    Celery
    Nectarines
    Strawberries
    Cherries
    Lettuce
    Imported Grapes
    Pears

    The safest?

    Onions
    Avocados
    Frozen sweet corn
    Pineapples
    Mangos
    Frozen sweet peas
    Asparagus

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