Remove Pesticides in Fruits & Vegetables


Vegetarians and Vegans always check ingredients and certifications. Unfortunately, the word organic has been misused. For this reason, we have partnered with We have to answer to a higher authority. Please view video of Ozone Washer in action and visit the web site All produce, fruits and vegetables use pesticides, insecticides and fertilizer. Therefore, they are contaminated and there are many recalls on these produce. Even organic food have increased recalls.

To remove pesticides in fruits and vegetables, the Ozone Vegetable Washer is the ideal solution that leaves no chemical residue. All vegans are very health conscious and consume vitamins and minerals and drink juices. That is why we highly recommend to test and filter the water that can affect the vegan’s health.

Below is a list of fruits and vegetables with the lowest and highest amount of pesticides:

Highest in Pesticides Lowest in Pesticides
– Apples – Peaches – Asparagus – Kiwis
– Bell Peppers – Pears – Avocados – Mangos
– Celery – Potatoes – Bananas – Onions
– Cherries – Red Raspberries – Broccoli – Papaya
– Imported Grapes – Spinach – Cauliflower – Peas
– Nectarines – Strawberries – Corn

Highest Levels of Pesticides – Substitutions with Same Nutritional Value

Fruits/Vegetables Nutrients Substitutions
Strawberries Vitamin C Blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, kiwi, orange, cantaloupe
Bell Peppers
– Green
– Red
Vitamin C
Vitamins A, C
Green peas, broccoli, romaine lettuce, carrots, broccoli, brussel sprouts, tomatoes
Spinach Vitamins A, C
Folic Acid
Asparagus, romaine lettuce
Broccoli, brussel sprouts, asparagus
Peaches Vitamins A, C Cantaloupe, oranges, nectarines, canned peaches, cantaloupe
Cantaloupe (Mexico) Vitamins A, C
(U.S.), tangerine, grapefruit, watermelon
Watermelon, cantaloupe (U.S.)
Celery Carotenoids Carrots, broccoli, radishes, romaine lettuce
Apples Vitamin A, C, Potassium Oranges, nectarines, bananas, kiwis, Watermelon, tangerines
Apricots Vitamin A, C Nectarines, cantaloupe (U.S.), watermelon
Green Beans Potassium
Tangerines, grapefruit
Green peas, broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts, asparagus
Grapes (Chile) Vitamin C Grapes (U.S.) in season
Cucumbers Potassium Carrots, romaine lettuce, broccoli, radishes
Pears Vitamin A
Canned pears, canned peaches, oranges, nectarines
Winter Squash (U.S.) Vitamin A, C Winter squash (Honduras, Mexico), sweet potatoes (U.S.)
Potatoes (U.S.) Folic Acid
Vitamin A, C
Folic Acid
Vitamin C
Folic Acid
Potatoes (U.S.)
Sweet potatoes (U.S.), carrots, winter squash(Honduras, Mexico)

To further increase cleanliness of produce, it is recommended to wash produce with filtered water first.

Remember to order our Water Test Kit.

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