We know opting for organics is best to avoid exposure to harmful chemicals… but are organics more nutritious?
There’s no definitive answer. But food scientists know of several ways organic fruits and vegetables develop more nutrients than their conventional counterparts.
“…without the protection of chemical pesticides, plants need to beef up their innate defenses by producing phytochemicals. Conveniently, these natural compounds are repellent to pests but health-promoting when eaten by humans.”– Carrie Dennett
Read more in Seattle Times’ Much Ado About Organics