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Does washing fruit in water before eating them sufficiently remove any traces of

  1. stricktlydating profile image82
    stricktlydatingposted 8 years ago

    Does washing fruit in water before eating them sufficiently remove any traces of pesticides?

  2. Ema Winter profile image55
    Ema Winterposted 8 years ago

    I wash the fruit and vegetables with cold water because I think that the cold water it's not enough.

  3. padmendra profile image47
    padmendraposted 7 years ago

    Washing fruits in a clean water followed by wiping it off from a soft cotton piece preferably white will put it free from any pesticide.  Always keep the fruit  inside the refrigerator  after removing  its dust and use it after wiping it. Fruits like banana etc  however  do need not  cleaning.

  4. applejack2 profile image60
    applejack2posted 7 years ago

    When the apples are processed in the packing line they are  washed and then sprayed with an  edible wax to keep them  clean and  fresh, the  wax seals them so they stay fresh  longer, as long as you store the at 30 degrees farenheight They  will  retain their  freshness for a long time

 
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