I don’t know about you but when it comes to gardening I don’t have much of a “green thumb” — or maybe any at all — but, like a growing number of Americans, I am getting more and more concerned about the foods I’m eating: where they come from, if they’re safe to eat, if they are free of contamination and if they are negatively impacting my health.
The more I learn, the more unsettled I feel.
According to the Lindberg International survey released recently, 1,000 Americans were asked if they are concerned about the pesticides in our food supply. Included in the survey were questions about their perception, knowledge and health concerns related to the foods they eat. Lindberg International found 71 percent of Americans are worried about the herbicides, pesticides and synthetic chemicals used in their food and what their children are consuming.
I’m in this group, too: the worriers.


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