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Pesticides and Produce: Environmental Group Lists Cleanest and Dirtiest Fruits and Vegetables

Pesticides and Produce: Environmental Group Lists Cleanest and Dirtiest Fruits and Vegetables

An environmental advocacy group is out today with its annual report on pesticide residues on fruits and vegetables. Raisin lovers, take note.

Nearly all conventionally-grown raisins have traces of two or more pesticides, according to government test data cited in a new report. That’s worrisome, says the environmental group that authored the report, because raisins are such a popular children’s snack.

"I win. I got the most toilet paper."

“I win. I got the most toilet paper.”

Is Hoarding a Problem of Messaging, Selfishness, or Simply COVID-19 Fear?

Americans are being told to limit public interactions during the coronavirus pandemic, and to stay at home as much as possible. They’re also being told not to denude grocery shelves by hoarding food and other essentials. But have these messages at times been contradictory? If people are supposed to avoid venturing out in public, including…