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The Produce Reporter Week in Review – March 17, 2023

Pamela and Greg discuss the food business at South by Southwest, including a stop at Food Tank’s co-located event. The Environmental Working Group’s Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen is back.

And here’s why consumers need to take a critical look at the list’s origins and science, and what the produce industry can do to ensure everyone has access to safe fruits and vegetables.

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