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USDA PDP Program
All of the pesticide residue results appearing on this site were obtained by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Pesticide Data Program.

PAN's PesticideInfo Database
Much of the toxicological information on the WhatsOnMyFood website is tied to PAN’s PesticideInfo website which has been enhanced and updated for ten years.

PAN’s WhatsOnMyFood? Team
Brian R. Hill, Consulting Scientist, data analysis and software development, PAN
Andrew Olsen, Online Communications Manager, PAN
Heather Pilatic, Communications Director, PAN
Kristin Schafer, Senior Policy Analyst, PAN
Susan E. Kegley, and Kathryn Gillick, Pesticide Research Institute, toxicology and chemistry

Funding
What’s On My Food? is a project of Pesticide Action Network (PAN). The project is made possible thanks to the generosity of the David B. Gold Foundation and the support of PAN’s members and donors.

 

 

 

 

 

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Learn More :: ADHD & pesticide residues

A new study out of Harvard shows that even tiny, allowable amounts of a common pesticide class can have dramatic effects on brain chemistry. Organophosphate insecticides (OP’s) are among the most widely used pesticides in the U.S. & have long been known to be particularly toxic for children. This is the first study to examine their effects across a representative population with average levels of exposure. Finding :: Kids with above-average pesticide exposures are 2x as likely to have ADHD. Read the full report »