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When it comes to shopping for food for my family, I try and buy organic as much as possible.  Because we are on a budget, I “go organic” where it counts.  Here are some fruits and vegetables that, according to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Consumer Reports, and the Environmental Working Group,  are worth buying this summer season.  The fruits and veggies on this list have thick, inedible skins, which protect the fruit, and they contain the least amount of pesticides:

Asparagus, avocados, bananas, broccoli, cauliflower, corn, kiwi, mangoes, onions, papaya,

pineapples, sweet peas. 

Try going eating organic when you can.  It is safer and healthier for your family.



Marie Stegner

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Marie Stegner, Consumer Health Advocate for Maid Brigade, is a nationally recognized healthy living and green cleaning expert. She writes for this blog so that consumers can understand how harsh chemicals and unhealthy practices can negatively affect them physically and mentally, with the hope that they will be able to make informed decisions and pursue a more green and healthy lifestyle.