Dive into the unsettling world of baby food and pesticides with this eye-opening article from The Guardian. Discover the findings that shed light on what’s really in those tiny jars and take a closer look at the potential implications for our little ones.

The research, conducted by the Environmental Working Group (EWG), looked at 73 products and found at least one pesticide in 22 of them. Many products contained more than one pesticide, and according to researchers, the substances present a dangerous health threat to babies.

Their suggestion? “The best way to avoid pesticides is to buy organic baby food products, which are subjected to much stricter regulations, and are now often comparable in price, said Olga Naidenko, a study co-author and who leads children’s research for EWG.”

Read more: Nearly 40% of conventional baby food contains toxic pesticides, US study finds

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