Your 2021 Dirty Dozen Purchase & Storage Guide

There’s a lot to learn when you transition to a vegan diet. Like how to stay full, exploring vegan food brands and how to read a food label. But before going vegan you may have already heard of the Dirty Dozen. A curated list, produced by the Environmental Working Group, outlining fruits and vegetables carrying the highest amount of pesticides. In short, produce you should consider buying organic.

But what happens once you get them home? Like many of us this produce can end up going bad because we aren’t storing it properly.

I’ve put together an easy to use guide to help you stop wasting your money on produce. Check it out below!

Strawberries

Peaches & Nectarines

Celery

Kale

Pears

Grapes

Cherries

Bell Peppers

Apples

Tomatoes

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