MEDFORD, Ore. -- Repercussions from recent reports of pesticide-contaminated fruits and vegetables were minimal when compared with the Alar scare. However, processors looking for organic ingredients to avoid the recurring pesticide issue can turn to Quest International's Fruit and Vegetable Products division. It supplies several organically grown and processed, dehydrated vegetable products -- tomato, sweet corn and black bean. It plans to add lentil and pumpkin to the list. Quest's ...

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