ROCKVILLE, Md. -- Fresh Fields here, the retailer of natural and health-oriented groceries, prominently featured a bouncing baby in an ad last month for some of its pesticide-free products. Touting Earth's Best organic baby food, the ad ran in The Philadelphia Daily News July 26, the same day the Environmental Working Group released a study that claimed pesticides are commonly found in the three major baby food brands: Gerber, Heinz and Beech-Nut. "You'll be amazed by all the wonderful ...

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