March 2018 Issue

Know When to Go Organic

Sorting between the reasons—and the hype—to buy organic.

The health value of organic food is a frequent topic of debate, heating up each time a research study suggests that organic foods are no more nutritious than “conventional” foods. The news last year that imported organic foods may not actually be organic added more fuel to the fire. In spite of this, a recent Organic Trade Association report found that 82 percent of American homes stock organic food and that organic food sales hit the $40 billion mark in 2016. EN reviews a few points to consider when making your own food decisions.

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