Is Buying and Eating Organic Worth It
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) sets standards for approved methods and oversees the certification of all organic products. If a product contains 95% or more organic materials, it is permitted to use the USDA Organic seal just like our company does.
We believe that it is important for young kids, pregnant women, and those with weakened immune systems to eat organic food. A meta-analysis by Smith-Spangler et al, published in the Annals of Internal Medicine in September 2012, found that pesticide residue exceeded the allowable limits in only three out of 200 studies. Exposure to pesticide residue was more than five times higher in conventional food than in organic food. The long-term health risks of pesticides remain unclear and controversial.
We would recommend keeping an eye for sales and check out our sales section for bottom neck prices on USDA organic food products.
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