WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The Environmental Protection Agency is prepared to issue later this month the much-debated pamphlet aimed at alerting supermarket shoppers to the potential health risks of pesticides used on produce. any details about the brochure and would not make a copy of it available to SN. She said the agency developed the publication under congressional mandate, as directed by the Food Quality Protection Act of 1996. A preliminary version of the brochure issued last year drew ...

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