NEW YORK -- Executives at ABC News said last week they are reviewing whether tests conducted on organic produce for a report that aired on the "20/20" newsmagazine program were, indeed, performed as stated. The question was first raised by the Environmental Working Group, Washington, which mailed a letter to "20/20" reporter John Stossel, who said tests performed on both conventional and organic produce indicated "no pesticide residue" on either sample. The segment first aired in February, ...

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