These 12 foods are regularly listed as samples with residues exceeding tolerance levels by the US Pesticide Data Program. Strawberries, cherries, peach, nectarines, grapes and apples are sweet fruits susceptible to bug attacks, more than 40 pesticides are used severally during their growth cycles including methyl bromide, a toxic, ozone depleting chemical that causes poisoning, neurological and reproductive damages and classified as a Toxicity Category 1 compound, most deadly substances regulated by the EPA. 60% of tested spinach samples contained toxic residues including DDT. Red and bell peppers and pears are sprayed with 50 pesticides. Celery is the most likely vegetable with pesticide residues, 82% of samples tested positive. Tested raspberries contained 9 different pesticide residues and potatoes have a chemical intensive growth cycle.