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Table 4 Bacteria on Store-Bought Produce
All fresh produce (whether organic, natural or general produce) may carry
dangerous bacteria or other organisms that can cause food borne illness.
Bacterial contamination can occur in the fields from the use of natural
fertilizers (such as animal manure) or from human contact during produce
harvesting, transporting and in the grocery store. The term “organic” or
“natural” refers to growing without the use of chemical fertilizers or
pesticides, and has no relationship to the cleanliness of the produce.