INDIA: Vegetables found to be contaminated with pesticide and metal residues
A study of 4100 samples of 31 vegetables collected from Indian markets showed evidence of contamination. Many had been contaminated with pesticide residues, although only 9% exceeded the maximum permitted residue threshold, reported Indian agriculture minister during Question Hour earlier this week.
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