The Alliance for Food and Farming released a report recently to counteract the Environmental Working Group's "Dirty Dozen List."

The list contains what the Environmental Working Group considers the 12 most pesticide-laden fruits and vegetables.

In addition, the Watsonville, Calif.-based alliance released a tool to help consumers calculate the number of servings of produce items that were emphasized in the Dirty Dozen List they can eat in a day without any health effects from pesticide residues.

To view the calculator, visit