Specific leafy vegetables found with too much pesticide
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVITCH
April 12, 2011 17:16
Excessive levels of pesticide residues were found on leafy vegetables by as a result of Chief Rabbinate inspections, the Health Ministry said on Tuesday.
The high levels were found on coriander of Alei Habesor from Moshav Talmei Yosef; celery of Yarok Bakfar from Moshav Ram On; and Marina’s lettuce from Moshe Me’ina.
The public are asked not to eat them.
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