The Problem

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s tests have found widespread pesticide contamination on popular produce.

The Solution

You can encourage shoppers to lower their pesticide intake by buying the 12 most contaminated produce (also known as "the dirty dozen") organic.

Making a creative visual of the dirty dozen in front of a supermarket can help people remember which items have the worst pesticides.

What You Get

Sign up for facts about organic fruits and vegetables and learn when to buy organic. You'll also get tips for talking to others about why pesticides are harmful.

Talk to others about organic food.

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