Romanian fruit and vegetables do not exceed allowed pesticides concentrations, Agriculture Minister says

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Fruit and vegetables, the Romanian farmers grow and sell, do not exceed the allowed pesticides concentrations, because they do not have to store their products for a long time, Agriculture Minister Dacian Ciolos said when attending the Autumn Agriculture Fair, in the Constitution Square, in Bucharest, on October 19.
“The Romanian small producers come and sell their fruit and vegetables quick in the market, and therefore they don’t need special treatments,” Minister Ciolos said.
A recent EU report reads that 49.5% of the fruit, the vegetables and the grains grown in Europe, contain pesticides, and grapes, peppers and bananas are among the most contaminated and harmful.

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