WALDEN, Vt. -- Produce industry associations reacted with alarm to the latest shot fired in an anti-pesticide campaign by the consumer advocacy group Food & Water Inc., based here. nd vegetables" to thousands of deaths. Similar versions of the ad ran last summer in The New York Times and other consumer publications, Food & Water said. The latest ad was the group's first to appear in a supermarket trade publication. The two national produce trade associations said they received ...

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