WATSONVILLE, Calif. — In a webinar last week, the Alliance for Food and Farming here updated the produce industry on the progress of its Safe Fruits and Veggies campaign, a program designed last summer to ease consumer fears about pesticide residues. The webinar, “Safe Fruits and Veggies: Easing Common Fears About Pesticide Residues on Produce,” came just weeks after widespread media coverage of studies released by Environmental Health Perspectives linking pesticide exposure in the womb to ...
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