Maybe, based on a new study that compared the two – organic vs conventional. More studies need to replicate this finding, since older studies have been inconclusive. Never the less, buy either based on your pocketbook and personal preferences.
Pay attention to the little stickers on fresh fruits and vegetables in the supermarket. They tell us more than we think.
By definition, a Health Halo leads people to overestimate the overall healthfulness of a food based on one narrow attribute. The following article illustrates this quite well. Just what we need in this time of sugar awareness in processed food and drinks. And you get to pay more too.
At last the U.S. food culture is changing for the better. Consumers are seeking healthier food options and again, the food companies are listening. Hopefully, this trend will continue.
A short slideshow on when it is wise to buy organic.
This is a great read on agricultural practices with a positive approach. Big Ag can be made better!! If only someone would listen.