Fueled by food activism groups, consumer concerns about pesticide residues may be on the rise
Especially on the Internet, there has emerged a vibrant conversation about food and its origins. Among these conversations are claims and contentions about the dangers of pesticide residues on conventionally grown fruits and vegetables. Spearheaded by non-profit consumer advocates such as the Environmental Working Group, one side of this argument is led by those that say consumers should prioritize buying certain kinds of fruits and vegetables while avoiding others, based on pesticide ...
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