Should You Be Picking and Buying Organic Apples? (Page 6)

5. The Final Word

At the end of the day, eating fruits and vegetables is important, whether they’re organic or not. And most Americans don’t eat nearly as many fruits and vegetables as what’s recommended. If you are shopping for a young child or have concerns about pesticides, you may choose organic for some foods, such as apples, that are more heavily contaminated. The important thing, whether you choose organic or conventional, is to enjoy delicious, nutritious apples while they’re at their peak. (Find out how to choose the best apples for cooking and eating here.)

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