Are Fruits and Vegetables as Safe as you Think?
Join Cherie Soria and Dan Ladermann
Wednesday, May 11
6:00 PM Pacific, 9:00 PM Eastern
If you think fruits and vegetables can't cause foodborne illness, think again! Fruits, vegetables and nuts are responsible for causing 46% of all foodborne illnesses in the U.S. and leafy vegetables account for the highest amount -22%. In fact, bacteria, like E. coli can live within the leaf tissue itself.
But don't give up those green smoothies - Cherie will talk about how to protect yourself from bacteria like E. coli and will answer other important questions like:
- Which fruits and vegetables should never be eaten unless they are organic?
- If you peel conventionally grown fruits and vegetables are they safe to eat?
- What is the best way to clean fruits and vegetables?
- How can you avoid foodborne illness?
- Which plant foods are best eaten cooked?
- Which fruits and vegetables are best eaten raw?
- What is the best method for cooking vegetables?
- What is the best way to treat leftovers?
- Is it OK to dehydrate leftovers?
Learn more about this important topic from Dan and Cherie in the teleconference on Wednesday, May 11!
Attendees receive a free pdf with a wallet card about the Dirty Dozen and Clean 15 and information about which fruits and vegetables are safest from various geographic locations around the world!