Pledge To Avoid The "Dirty Dozen"

Every year, Environmental Working Group releases their list of the Dirty Dozen, the 12 fruits and vegetables most likely to contain high levels of pesticide residue. While it's better to eat conventionally-grown fruits and vegetables than to avoid them altogether, EWG recommends buying items on the list -- including apples, bell peppers, peaches and strawberries -- from organic sources, whenever possible.

Will you take the pledge to buy organic when it comes to the Dirty Dozen?

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