A mother weeps as she is told that her children are at risk because of pesticide residues found on the produce from her local supermarket -- the same produce she is feeding her family. This is one of the several emotional images that millions of Americans watched on the May 18 episode of the CBS news magazine "48 Hours," which many in the produce industry are calling blatantly inaccurate, sensationalistic and shoddy journalism. The program was the second part of an investigative series ...

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