Consumer activists have called on the Agriculture and Cooperative Ministry to ban the use and registration of four farm chemicals after residues of two cancer-causing pesticides were found on several vegetables sold in the market.
Consumer advocate Saree Ongsomwang, left, and Withoon Liemchamroom, director of BioThai Foundation, voice their concerns about contamination of vegetables. PAWAT LAOPAISARNTAKSIN
Foundation for Consumers manager Saree Ongsomwang yesterday said laboratory tests had found residues of carbofuran and methomyl on several vegetables that are popular in home cooking.
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