NEWARK, Del. —  The Produce Marketing Association here immediately joined with the Alliance for Food and Farming in calling for the Environmental Working Group to stop publishing its “Dirty Dozen” list. The Washington-based EWG annually publishes its lists designating fresh fruit and vegetables that it says contain the largest and smallest concentration of pesticides. EWG recommends consumers buy organic options for produce on the “Dirty Dozen” ...

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