Here is a Shoppers Guide pdf file with a wallet size cutout of the list!
Buy organic whenever possible- borderline foods
*Tomatoes were on the "Dirty Dozen" list in 2009, and made the "Clean 15" in 2010...... doesn't really make sense to me. This website mentioned it as well with no reason given, but I would think it to be "borderline" enough that if I could find organic - or clean farmer grown- I would certainly lean this direction on them!
I would also be curious about the difference between regular potatoes and sweet potatoes seeing as one made the dirty list and one made the clean and I would think they would be pretty comparable! Any ideas?
Also, do you know if buying frozen vegetables off the dirty dozen list would affect the "ratings" at all? For example - is frozen chopped spinach "cleaner" then fresh spinach? Or blueberries? If I can't buy organic blueberries am I better off buying frozen blueberries then fresh conventionally grown? Let me know if you have read anything on this, I would be curious to know!