I did purchase pesticide chips for my kids, but I won’t be buying any more. Corn chips are just one of thousands of products on our store shelves made from crops that are legally classified as pesticides, not food, but still sold as food.
Pesticides in Food – How Much are We Eating?
Let me explain. I read A LOT about food. I’m reasonably sure that some would classify me as OCD about the whole thing. I’ve made a lot of positive changes in our family’s diet. Still, there were a few old “favorites” that we hadn’t given up, the above chips being one of them. After all, we’ve been told that pesticides either (a) wash off or (b) don’t stay intact during processing.