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Pesticide Residue Database

Pesticide Residue Database

Pesticie Residue Database. Want to see what pesticide residues are in the foods you eat? Use this widget to see the kinds of pesticide residues found in the foods you eat. The widget synthesizes USDA’s Pesticide Data Program (PDP) cross-referenced with toxicology data...
The Non-GMO Project

The Non-GMO Project

You have the right to know what’s in the food you eat. The most common genetically engineered ingredients — corn, soy and canola oil — find their way into 70 percent of popular processed foods like breakfast cereal, cookies, chips, soda and frozen...
Sarasota Eat Local Guide

Sarasota Eat Local Guide

Greater Sarasota’s Eat Local Guide is your most comprehensive source for eating and growing locally in Southwest Florida. Go directly to the source with local farmers producing vegetables, fruit, honey, mushrooms, dairy and eggs, meat and fish, and wine in the...
Kids’ Cereals Serve Up Sugar by the Pound

Kids’ Cereals Serve Up Sugar by the Pound

The Environmental Working Group’s analysis of more than 1,500 cereals, including more than 180 children’s cereals, shows that a child who eats a bowl a day for a year ends up consuming 10 pounds of sugar. Moreover, the cereals loaded with the most added sugar...
2014 Dirty Dozen & Clean Fifteen

2014 Dirty Dozen & Clean Fifteen

Apples topped this year’s annual Dirty Dozen list of most pesticide-contaminated produce for the fourth year. Other fruits and vegetables on the Dirty Dozen are strawberries, grapes, celery, peaches, spinach, sweet bell peppers, imported nectarines, cucumbers, cherry...