Washing Fruit with Adya Clarity® - A Customer's Experiment October 03 2014, 2 Comments

We recently received an email from our customer, Paula, who lives near Pittsburgh, PA and has been using our products since June. Paula wanted to share an experiment she performed using Adya Clarity® to clean her conventionally grown (non-organic) grapes. 

She bought one bag of grapes and divided them equally into two ceramic bowls (as shown in the photo above). Then, she filled each bowl of grapes with water: 

  • The bowl on the left was regular, unfiltered tap water. 
  • The bowl on the right was tap water that had been pre-treated with Adya Clarity® (meaning, it was already purified) plus an additional 1/4 tsp. of Adya Clarity® was added to it. 

Both bowls sat on the counter all day. Eight hours later, she removed the grapes to see what remained in the water. This is what she had to say:

"You can clearly see the Adya water cleaned the grapes more thoroughly. I don't know if the sediment is a pesticide or what but I will tell you I will NOT eat grapes anymore unless they are first washed in Adya water."

Grapes are #3 on the Environmental Working Group's "Dirty Dozen" list which identifies the most pesticide-laden fruits and vegetables in the U.S. Since our products are proven to reduce 79 pesticides from water, we're confident that the pesticide residue on Paula's grapes were dramatically reduced by soaking them in pre-treated water. 

We want to thank Paula for sharing her experiment with us! This is a useful example of how Adya Clarity® can be utilized in the home every day. 

So tell us, what are some of the ways you use Adya in your home? We'd love to hear from you! Leave a comment below or share with us on Facebook or Twitter. (We'll share your story with our friends, too.)

PHOTO COURTESY OF PAULA CROSS