If we eat based off the dirty dozen we almost can’t eat any of the healthiest vegetables. I think it’s on the consumer to purchase organic produce and clean as needed.
There's a difference in eating a whole food and concentrating the juice from said food. Of course, one is unlikely to eat one bundle of celery -- and, certainly not two. I understand your point about
the "Dirty Dozen" list. Humans have polluted so much of the air, water, and soil that we have to do the best we can with what's available. Even organic crops have pesticide residues. The idea of "Better living through chemistry" hasn't exactly turned out as expected.