Yes, this is true. I try to check out EWG.org a couple times per year to make sure I’m up-to-date on my dirty dozen and clean 15. Well, the big news is that Potatos and Pears have been added to the dirty dozen list. Bummer.
And the scary thing to me as a mom, “many baby food purees, including more than 1/3 of pear baby foods, still have too many pesticide residues to be sold in Europe.” I cannot figure out why our lawmakers help cover up information like this with the tricky labeling we have on our foods. But that’s a discussion for another day.
Don’t forget you can sign up here and get a free PDF shopping guide of the Clean 15 and Dirty Dozen.
EWG also has done extensive analysis on TONS of cleaning products to determine their toxicity. Just because is says “green” doesn’t mean it is. You can search for cleaning products here.
EWG has a Healthy Living App. Have any of you tried it? Comment below and let us know what you think!