UK: CA survey highlights persistent pesticide residue problem
A survey published today in the Consumer Association 's (CA) Which? magazine has revealed levels of pesticide residues so high in most fruit and vegetables that people should always peel or wash the products, or buy organic. The survey took a new look at government tests on fruit and veg conducted by the pesticides safety directorate over the past four years, and concluded that pesticide residue is a persistent problem.
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