MILL VALLEY, Calif. -- Mollie Stone's Markets has introduced a selection of produce items certified by a third party to be free of pesticide residues. On its Web site, the upscale Bay Area independent touted the program, dubbed "Clean Greens" throughout the chain's seven stores, as an addition to its conventional and organic produce offerings. The company noted the pesticide-free designation indicates the fruits and vegetables have met a standard that is "up to a thousand times tougher than ...

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