Alliance for Food and Farming Takes On the ‘Dirty Dozen’ List

Posted: April 21st, 2014

CERRITOS, Calif. — If it seems like the Environmental Working Group’s infamous “Dirty Dozen” list hasn’t been getting as much media play as it used to, thank the Alliance for Food and Farming. For the past 15 years, Washington, D.C.-based EWG has listed the 15 fruits and vegetables with the highest levels of pesticide residues along with a list of the “Clean 15” items with the lowest levels in its “Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce.”

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