EWG can't stop its Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde act

05/16/2012 05:58:00 AM
Tom Karst

EWG can't continue to have it both ways. Either they are for conventional blueberries or they are against them. Either the federal safeguards in place for pesticide use on fresh produce are sufficient or they are not. If EWG really believes in fruits and veggies, the group should drop all references to "Dirty Dozen" from its website immediately.

Alas, I'm afraid it won't happen. Mr. Hyde will have none of it.


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Bill Brikiatis    
New Hampshire  |  May, 20, 2012 at 03:09 PM

What's so hard to understand about advice that says: if you don't have anything better to eat than fruits and vegetables on the dirty dozen, you should eat them. They are better for you than process foods. But if you have a choice, eat organic. If organic isn't available, eat foods on the clean list. Seems pretty simple to me. Why is that so difficult for you to understand. I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed, but I can understand.

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