It’s often a split-second decision.
You’re in the produce aisle and those organic apples on display look nice. You like the idea of organic – but they’re a few bucks extra. Ditto for the organic milk and meat. Do you splurge? Or do you ask yourself: What am I really getting from organic?
Scientists have been trying to answer this question. And the results of a huge, new meta-analysis published this week in the British Journal of Nutrition adds to the evidence that organic production can boost key nutrients in foods.
Read on at The Salt.