April 2005 Issue
Does Organic Offer a Nutrition Edge Over Conventional Crops?
Q. Does organically grown produce provide more nutrients than fruits and vegetables grown using pesticides?
A. Though this question is still debated, recent research suggests that, yes, organic produce does contain more of some vitamins and minerals and more phytonutrients than crops grown using pesticides.
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