The 2014 'Dirty Dozen'

Every year, the Environmental Working Group publishes its "<a href='http://www.ewg.org/foodnews/list.php' target='_blank'>Dirty Dozen</a>" list, naming the fruits and vegetables ranking highest in pesticide residue. In 2014, apples retained the No. 1 spot for the most pesticide-contaminating produce for the fourth year in a row.

Every year, the Environmental Working Group publishes its "Dirty Dozen" list, naming the fruits and vegetables ranking highest in pesticide residue. In 2014, apples retained the No. 1 spot for the most pesticide-contaminating produce for the fourth year in a row.