New Eco-label Certifies Potatoes bel called Protected Harvest, denoting safe growing standards for potatoes, will roll out in Whole Food Markets in the northeastern United States in mid- to late November, according to the creators of the tag, a collaboration of farmers, scientists and environmental advocates. The program minimizes the use of toxic pesticides, especially with respect to late blight, the most serious disease pest for potatoes, they said. The first potatoes to be certified ...

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