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know your risk for pesticide exposure

9. cantaloupe (domestic) 10. kiwi 11. cabbage 12. watermelon 13. sweet potatoes 14. grapefruit 15. mushrooms EWG’s Shoppers Guide is available for free as a PDF download at www.ewg.org/foodnews/. An i

Aug 23, 2011

Clean Fifteen™ and Dirty Dozen Plus™ Lists of Fruits and Veggies

feed and biofuels is almost all produced with genetically modified (GMO) seeds, as is some sweet corn sold for human consumption. Since GMO sweet corn is not labeled as such in U.S. stores, EWG advises those who have concerns about GMOs to buy organic sweet corn. Learn more at www.ewg.org/foodnews/summary/.

Nov 01, 2012

Clean Fifteen™ and Dirty Dozen Plus™ Lists of Fruits and Veggies

as such in U.S. stores, EWG advises those who have concerns about GMOs to buy organic sweet corn. Learn more at www.ewg.org/foodnews/summary/.

Sep 27, 2012

Another Dirty Dozen: Food Additives

a copy of the Dirty Dozen Food Additives List and more details here: www.ewg.org/research/ewg-s-dirth-dozen-guide-food-additives.

Jan 19, 2015

Organic and Sustainable: At the Heart of a Food Revolution

exposure to pesticide residues comes from consuming fresh produce,” Goodman says. She recommends following the Environmental Working Group’s Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce™ (www.ewg.org/foodnews). Choosing organic options from EWG

Sep 21, 2012

Nurturing a Whole-Food Habit

www.choosemyplate.org Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: www.eatright.org Mayo Clinic: www.mayoclinic.com/health/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/MY00431 Environmental Working Group: Good Food on a Tight Budget: www.ewg.org/goodfood/ Hold Your Clients

Apr 24, 2013