Monday, 9 March 2009

It Might Have the Green Seal, But is Organic Safe?

Sustainability - Dining & Wine on The New York Times
The U.S. organic movement was built on trust between the farmer and the consumer, using growing methods thought to be better for the land and to produce healthier food. But, on the heels of the recent salmonella outbreak, some people are questioning whether organic food is really healthier. ...
... MOST of the chicken, fruit and vegetables in Ellen Devlin-Sample’s kitchen are organic. She thinks those foods taste better than their conventional counterparts. And she hopes they are healthier for her children. Lately, though, she is not so sure. ...
Full Story: It’s Organic, but Does That Mean It’s Safer?; By KIM SEVERSON and ANDREW MARTIN




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