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Organic Food

Organic foods are foods that are grown, processed, and handled using government- regulated farming methods. Here is how foods earn the label “Certified Organic.”

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Organic food starts to prove its worth

At the supermarket, there are usually two sections in the produce aisle. In one, all the fruits and vegetables, from apples to zucchini, are labeled “organic.” Often these products cost more than ones that look the same but don’t have the organic label.

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Healthy Facts of Organic Food

Generally understood that healthier properties of organic foods are result of specific agriculture practice without use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, antibiotics, hormones, additives, genetic modified organisms, nanotechnology or changed molecular structures in food caused by ionizing radiations.

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The Pros and Cons of Organic Food

Organic food is not necessarily always better for you or the environment. Here are the pros and cons of organic foods so you can make informed choices when considering whether to 'go organic'. People who choose to 'go organic' may do it because..

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Organic Foods

All foods labeled “Certified Organic” must meet standards set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The USDA evaluates how food is grown, processed, and handled. If a food meets these standards it may be labeled USDA Organic.

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Is organic food healthier?

Every year, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) releases its Dirty Dozen list of the fruits and vegetables with the most pesticides. And every year, many media outlets dutifully report on it, offering consumers what’s seen as the middle ground...

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Is Organic Food Really Better for the Environment?

When you walk into any farmers’ market, you’re greeted with signs that say “Certified Organic” in bold letters. Despite being far more expensive than its non-organic counterparts, organic agriculture has become the most popular..

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Organic foods: Are they safer? More nutritious?

Once found only in health food stores, organic food is now a regular feature at most supermarkets. And that's created a bit of a dilemma in the produce aisle. On one hand, you have a conventionally grown apple. On the other, you have one that's organic.

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Should you go organic?

Walk through any grocery store today, and you'll likely see more shelf space devoted to organics—foods that are grown without most synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, and animal products that are free of antibiotics and hormones. Demand for organic food is up, with sales reaching $35.9 billion in 2014.

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Advantages and Nutritional Value of Organic Food on Human Health

This paper deals with the nutritional value of organic food and advantages of organic food on human health. This paper makes special reference on health benefit of organic food and environmental benefit of organic food production.

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