Here’s a disturbing stat: At least one pesticide has been found on 67 percent of produce samples tested by The Environmental Working Group. Does this mean we shouldn’t eat fruits and vegetables? Of course not. Even though washing the produce doesn’t change EWG’s results, the health benefits of eating fruits and veggies outweigh the risk of pesticide exposure, the study notes. But it’s important to understand what’s going into your body. Here is EWG’s list of the most and least pesticide-laden produce. And keep our Dirty Dozen infographic handy to remember in a pinch.