said by Chemist :Uh huh... Such as? "Chemist"? What vegetable or fruit juice in my local Loblaws is bad for me? And was that something that the Stanford study ignored or is unique to Canada? said by Ian:
We have measures in place such that the food in your local supermarket is safe to eat, and is no worse than anything bought labeled "organic" for triple the price.
That depends on the vegetable and/or fruit being sold. In some cases country of origin is also a factor. To say it's no worse than organic is a very gross exaggeration, nor is it true.
This also depends on the pesticide and/or herbicide used.
Your blanket statement is false. There are indeed things worse, and not at all equal, as you are trying to state here.