Organic foods typically have less pesticide residues than conventionally grown food

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  • According to Our World in Data[1], "In a study across three investigations in the United States – conducted by the the Pesticide Data Program of the USDA, the Marketplace Surveillance Program of the California Department of Pesticide Regulation, and private tests by the Consumers Union – organic foods were found to have around one-third of the pesticide residues of conventionally grown produce."[2]

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