• Raisins invade list as environmental group names ‘dirty' fresh produce

    4 monthes ago - By Food Safety

    The Environmental Working Group has finished crunching numbers from a government report and again says strawberries are at the top of the group's Dirty Dozen list of fresh produce.
    Every year the non-profit group takes a few weeks to review data compiled and released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture about pesticide levels found in fresh fruits and vegetables. The USDA report comes out at the end of the year and the EWG generally begins spring with its perspective on the data.
    The Environmental Working Group has trademarked its Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen lists. The Alliance for Food...
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