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January 2004 Issue

The “New” Organic: Not Always the Best Nutrition Bet

In 2001, long-awaited standards for organic foods were unveiled amid much fanfare. Later that same year, EN envisioned a twisted nutrition reality that could include organic products that might actually be bad for you (picture organic Twinkies). So, how are we doing? EN takes a look at organic foods today.

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