ORGANIC FOODS

FOR STUDENTS

END PESTICIDES IN SCHOOL FOODS

Children are being exposed daily to multiple toxic pesticides such as                                                                           

                                                                                           and other toxic pesticides  in the food they eat at school. Many of these pesticides are systemic and can not be washed off, peeled off, cooked off, or processed off. The Texas Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Program, regulated by the Texas Department of Agriculture, classifies these as HIGHLY TOXIC to children. The Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) is responsible for regulating the School Lunch Program. 

This site is dedicated to sharing information about the types of multiple, highly toxic pesticides  in children's foods  and how chronic pesticide exposure can effect the health of children. 

Tell TDA to END Pesticides in school foods!  Protect students by serving organic foods in public schools.

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PESTICIDES in SCHOOL FOODS

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HEALTH EFFECTS Of PESTICIDE EXPOSURE 

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