• Timeless Navy coats get ethical. Dress to oppress (I mean impress...). I love Barney's exclusive organic cotton twill peacoat, inspired by Fidelity's classic US Navy coats. Barney's also offers a handsome Fidelity, organic cotton, toggle front peacoat in khaki. While an ethical military may never exist, the utilitarian clothing designed for it is often flawlessly functional.

• The Dirty Dozen. The Environmental Working Group, a public health nonprofit, put out a list of the fruits and veggies to absolutely avoid unless they're organic. They analyzed almost 100,000 produce pesticide reports from the USDA and the FDA. The “Dirty Dozen,” which contain 47 to 67 pesticides per serving, are the most dangerous because they have porous or textured skins that suck up more pesticides.

  1. 1. Celery
  2. 2. Peaches
  3. 3. Strawberries
  4. 4. Apples
  5. 5. Domestic blueberries
  6. 6. Nectarines
  7. 7. Sweet bell peppers
  8. 8. Spinach, kale and collard greens
  9. 9. Cherries
  10. 10. Potatoes
  11. 11. Imported grapes
  12. 12. Lettuce

Clean Fifteen. On the other side of this equation is the fruits and veggies that are not terribly hazardous if you get the conventional, non-organic varieties. These had the least detectable residues of pesticides:

  1. 1. Onions
  2. 2. Sweet corn
  3. 3. Sweet peas
  4. 4. Asparagus
  5. 5. Cabbage
  6. 6. Eggplant
  7. 7. Sweet potatoes
  8. 8. Avocados
  9. 9. Pineapples
  10. 10. Mangoes,
  11. 11. Kiwi
  12. 12. Domestic cantaloupe
  13. 13. Watermelon
  14. 14. Grapefruit
  15. 15. Honeydew

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