Ever heard of the Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen? I was told about these lists in an environmental science class. The dirty dozen are the most sprayed plant foods on the market with some food like strawberries which have tested for up to 40 to 50 pesticides on average from conventional farms. The Clean Fifteen is the exact opposite, conventionally farmed foods which are likely to have little to no synthetic chemicals sprayed on them, such as broccoli. According to a psychology study I learned about in a psychology class I think, middle class citizens typically buy organic food on a cost-dependent basis. As in, if the organic food is on sale or is priced the same or lower than conventional foods (which isn't typical), then middle class people buy the organic option. However, I believe people should change their grocery shopping habits based on these lists! I believe that if middle class people were informed of these lists at grocery stores before shopping, they would rather spend the extra money to buy certain organic foods in replacement of their much more toxic conventional counterparts. I think it's a smarter and healthier way to shop, even if slightly more expensive at times, ya still get to buy conventional foods. Dirty Dozen list link: https://www.ewg.org/foodnews/dirty-dozen.php Clean Fifteen list link: https://www.ewg.org/foodnews/clean-fifteen.php You can also google them.
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