Danish researchers study pesticide levels in produce

08/23/2013 | FoodQualityNews.com (France)

Imported produce had higher levels of pesticide than fruit and vegetables grown in Denmark, and fruits were found to have higher levels than vegetables overall, according to Denmark's National Food Institute. "If only commodities of Danish origin are consumed whenever possible, Danes can reduce their intake of pesticide residues by 50%," said Bodil Hamborg Jensen of the National Food Institute.

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