Study: Organic Doesn't Mean Healthier

A new study from Stanford University questions the health benefits of organic products over their less expensive traditionally produced counterparts. In evaluating published studies, the team determined that there were no specific organic foods that presented any significant benefit over conventional products.

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A new study from Stanford University questions the health benefits of organic products over their less expensive traditionally produced counterparts. In evaluating published studies, the team determined that there were no specific organic foods that presented any significant benefit over conventional products.

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