The "Dirty Dozen" list includes strawberries and blueberries once more in Sacramento.  

The 2024 Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce states that the US government used measurable amounts of pesticides.  

The results showed that measurable quantities of pesticides were present in almost 95% of these produce items.  

The remaining twelve most infected produce samples were green beans, bell and spicy peppers, cherries, blueberries, and nectarines.  

environmental and health advocacy group that has been putting out the annual report since 2004. They have called it the "Dirty Dozen".  

Not all of the news is bad. According to a survey issued on Wednesday, approximately 65% of the fruits and vegetables in the "Clean Fifteen"  

The produce that was produced traditionally and had the lowest amount of trace pesticides included avocados, sweet corn,  

Frozen sweet peas, asparagus, honeydew melons, kiwis, cabbage, watermelons, mushrooms, mangoes, sweet potatoes, and carrots completed the "Clean Fifteen"  

Once more, strawberries and blueberries make the "Dirty Dozen" list.

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