DirtyProduceDirtyProduce: Environmental Working Group brought its lists of the most and least pesticide-laden fruits and vegetables to the mobile world. Free 3 stars iTunes        

Green Sushi SelectorGreen Sushi Selector: Can’t remember which types of seafood is safe to order at your favorite sushi joint? Use this app, using either the English or Japanese names for fish species, to see how the fish was caught. $0.99 no rating iTunes

iLocavoreiLocavore: Use this app to find locally grown food in your area. Free 1.5 stars iTunes


Seafood WatchSeafood Guide: Recommended by AppCraver, this app lists most commercially-sold fish by region (North America only) and rates those fish for sustainability. Brought to you by the Monterey Bay Aquarium, the app may be fishy, but the info is certainly not. Free 3 stars iTunes

What's FreshWhat’s Fresh: Anywhere, anytime, you too can learn what fruits and vegetables are in season. This app also maps seasonable produce across the U.S. $1.99 3 stars iTunes

Whole Foods Market recipesWhole Foods Market recipes: With this app a Whole Foods recipe is never far from your fingertips. Search by ingredient, course, or special diet, and use the locator to find your nearest Whole Foods store. FYI: It was an app store favorite in June. Free 4 stars iTunes

If you can only download one: Get the Seafood Guide.  The info comes from a reputable source and users appreciate being able to look up both the English and Japanese names for sushi.

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