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VEGEAQUA Removes Nearly All Bacteria and Pesticides from Produce, Fruit, and Vegetables

According to the Environmental Working Group (EWG), nearly 70 percent of all produce sold in the United States alone comes with pesticide residue. Pesticides are sprayed on produce to repel insects, but they are toxic to humans and can have harmful effects. Pesticides and soils are what make up that thin, waxy layer that covers the skin of most produce foods like apples and cucumbers.

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has identified 225 different pesticides among the fruits and vegetable Americans consume on a daily basis. Interestingly, these pesticides were all identified after the fruits and veggies were washed with plain water and peeled. This scary discovery raises concerns and questions regarding what we actually put in our bodies and how it affects us. Most people think their produce is clean and ready to eat after running it under the tap for some time, but the fact is a little rinse under water simply won’t suffice.

In efforts to combat this widespread epidemic, VegeAQUA worked hard and meticulously to come up with right combination of ingredients that would successfully wash away nearly all pesticides, insecticides, and herbicides from the produce. The mixture is 100 percent natural and made mostly of purified water, 99.7 percent to be exact.

The key added ingredients are minerals and anions. Anions are negatively charged ions that push molecules away from each other, resulting in a natural sanitizing solution using no chemicals. The solution uses non-toxic electrons to remove harmful bacteria from a food’s surface and eats through harmful microbe’s membranes. The anion water penetrates the produce and peels off unwanted pesticides from your fruits and vegetables, leaving produce clean and ready to eat.

VegeAQUA’s tasteless and odorless produce wash has shown to work better than various popular alternatives including tap water, baking soda, vinegar, and flour, which all eliminate around 50 to 60 percent of bacteria from the produce. Vege Aqua leads by a landslide, eliminating 99.9 percent of bacteria and pesticides from the produce, including E. coli and salmonella.

Not only is this product more effective in eliminating pesticides, but it is also time-efficient and saves a ton of water— a benefit to both the consumer and the environment. Rather than using copious amounts of water trying to wash and clean all your produce, consider using VegeAQUA’s fruit and vegetable wash. The process is quite simple: First, give your fruit or vegetable a thorough VegeAQUA spray job so that it is entirely covered. Next, wait patiently as the solution works to break down the bacteria and wax glazing it. After a few minutes, rinse it under running water and it’s ready to eat. It’s as easy as that.

VegeAQUA’s Fruit and Vegetable Wash is currently selling on Amazon for $11 and is prime eligible. The spray bottle holds 16 fluid ounces (475 ml). Purchase your bottle here, and act quickly before supplies run out.

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