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Carrots. Pile of carrots, Daucus carota, which were grown on an organic farm. The roots of carrots, a member of the parsley family, contain large amounts of the yellow or orange pigment carotene. Carotene is used by the body to make vitamin A. Organically-grown crops have not had agricultural chemicals applied to them to increase their size or to control pests.
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