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Palm-Sized Grocery Guides
The 'Dirty Dozen Cheat Sheet' Helps you Buy Organic


By: Venessa Fisher (Star) Apr 24, 10
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It has been a longtime predicament for many as to whether or not to spend that extra cash on organic produce or not. Well, look no further than the ‘Dirty Dozen Cheat Sheet’ for a little help in that department.

Designed by Heidi Kenney, this cute and downloadable credit card-sized guide separates 27 common fruits and veggies into two categories: those with low pesticide content and those without. Kenney also uses kawaii-style illustrations based on the Environment Working Group’s extensive list.



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