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Pesticides Threaten Thailand’s Reputation as Food Exporteri
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Steve Sandford
October 03, 2012
Thailand has long been recognized as a leading exporter of rice and other agricultural produce. But tests for pesticide residues are raising concerns about whether the food is safe. Steve Sandford reports from Sanpatong, Thailand.

Pesticides Threaten Thailand’s Reputation as Food Exporter

Published October 03, 2012

Thailand has long been recognized as a leading exporter of rice and other agricultural produce. But tests for pesticide residues are raising concerns about whether the food is safe. Steve Sandford reports from Sanpatong, Thailand.


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