Five Ways The Stanford Study Sells Organics Short

by sheririvlin on September 5, 2012

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Five Ways The Stanford Study Sells Organics Short 

Mother Jones: In short, the authors’ findings confirm what the Environmental Working Group, working from USDA data, has been telling us for years: that organic fruits and vegetables harbor significantly fewer pesticide residues than their chemically grown peers. 

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