EWG Dirty Dozen

6 Oct

Here’s another pocket guide – this one for fresh produce.  I keep looking this up, so I finally decided to print it out and put it with my Seafood Watch list.  The guide rates fresh fruits and vegetables according to their level of pesticide contamination so those of us on a budget can get the best value in organic produce.

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2 Responses to “EWG Dirty Dozen”

  1. Sarah November 3, 2009 at 3:16 pm #

    Hey Kate- found your blog through Elissa’s and I just wanted to say thanks. You have some really interesting info– and this pocket guide is great! I am just starting to learn more about the foods we eat and have been working hard to adapt our diet to a healthier, more environmentally-friendly lifestyle. cheers, Sarah

    • Kate November 8, 2009 at 9:26 pm #

      Sarah – good to hear from you, and glad you like the blog. Here’s my shortcut to eating healthy – if you have to sound out an ingredient, it probably isn’t good for you! If you’re still local, we should get together-Kate

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