Walgreens cut the ribbon on its first “fresh food oasis” in the Bay Area Friday, bringing fresh fruit and vegetables to an underserved San Francisco neighborhood.
A new guide published Monday by the Environmental Working Group, a public health advocacy organization, has released two lists detailing the amount of pesticides in fruit and vegetables.
The vegetable garden police are out of business in San Francisco. With the signature of Mayor Ed Lee, volunteer vegetable plots became a business.
California regulators approved a pesticide Wednesday for use by fruit and vegetable growers despite heavy opposition from environmental and farmworker groups that cited its links to cancer.