The Environmental Working Group has pioneered the "Dirty Dozen" list of fruits and vegetables that are susceptible to retaining environmental chemicals The Dirty Dozen are is produce best purchased organically grown.
The "Clean 15" is a list of produce that is safe to buy conventionally grown.
It is important to note that the samples are tested for pesticides after they have been prepared to be eaten. This means the produce is thoroughly washed and, when applicable, peeled. After these preparations, pesticide residues are still detected on many of the fruits and veggies.
- Sweet Bell Peppers
+Hot Peppers are the "13th"
Click to view the EWG Dirty Dozen list.
- Sweet Corn
- Sweet Peas (Frozen)
Click to view the EWG Clean 15 list.
Here's a link to the mobile app.
Potential contains organically grown fresh fruits and berries. For optimal purity and safety, we subject Potential to a Food Safety Panel test of over 930 common environmental toxins, agricultural chemicals, endocrine disruptors, drugs and caffeine. We are pleased to report that Potential passed 100% with a score of "none detectable."