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Wish Farms offers organic blueberries
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Wish Farms offers organic blueberries

Plant City -- Wishnatzki Farms, a Florida-based grower-shipper, has announced the addition of pesticide residue-free blueberries to its produce offerings. 

Wish Farms is the only shipper in the country to have blueberries approved by Scientific Certification Systems (SCS), a third party organization that certifies environmental and safety claims. 

"I believe pesticide residue-free blueberries will be embraced by consumers," said Gary Wishnatzki, president of Wish Farms.  "These berries will be more affordable than organics, which have a loyal following, but are too pricey for many customers.  This alternative to organics will appeal to a much larger audience."

Wish Farms pesticide residue-free blueberries are currently available at select retailers. They are located in the same section and at the same price point as conventional blueberries, and will be labeled with the SCS "Certified Pesticide Residue Free" logo.

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