There is none. The nutritional value of an organic or tested for pesticide residue fruit does not differ. These designations refer to the amount of pesticide residue on the fruit once it is harvested.
There is no difference in the nutritional value of a conventional fruit vs a tested for pesticide residue fruit. The main difference is that we guarantee that there is no pesticide residue on the pesticide-free fruits, whereas conventional fruits might have pesticide residue that is within the limits approved by the regulating authorities.
Every batch of fruits and veggies is tested twice for pesticide residue – once at the farm prior to bulk loading, and again at our facility prior to packaging! At Nature’s Touch, our goal is to limit your exposure to pesticide residues when enjoying our frozen wild blueberries and that is why our highly qualified team uses latest generation equipment to test for a minimum of 260 of the most commonly known pesticides*. There are no regulations governing how pesticide-residue-free products must be grown, but we adhere to an international standard for testing pesticide residue: www.AOAC.org.
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Are all organic fruit pesticide-free? Is your packaging recyclable? These are just a couple of the questions that we are happy to answer.