Chemicals on our food: When “safe” may not really be safe

Carey Gillam
Environmental Health News
11/27/18

Scientific scrutiny of pesticide residue in food grows; regulatory protections questioned

Weed killers in wheat crackers and cereals, insecticides in apple juice and a mix of multiple pesticides in spinach, string beans and other veggies – all are part of the daily diets of many Americans. For decades, federal officials have declared tiny traces of these contaminants to be safe. But a new wave of scientific scrutiny is challenging those assertions.

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