Although organic food is popular, people should investigate the organic industry before they buy the product called “organic” I. Natural Organic
A. Organic definition
B. Testing of Organic
II. Non-organic foods no different
A. Healthier or Not
B. USDA say no different calories
Are natural and organic foods different?
Organic food to some people is different than what the people who produce organic call it, we all think that just because the word “organic” is on the package that, the product is better to eat or drink. Merriam-webster dictionary states that “Organic” means having the characteristics of an organism: developing in the manner of a living plant or animal. (merriam-webster 2013). In today’s supermarkets organic foods are everywhere. When people look at the items in the store and they see the label organic, they automatically assume that the product has a better nutritional value, better taste and is essentially much better product. Each year organic foods have grown drastically. Organic is not the true meaning of the word itself. USDA certified organic foods are grown and processed according to federal guidelines addressing many factors: soil quality, animal raising practices, pest and weed control and use of additives. Organic producers rely on natural substances, physical, mechanical and/or biologically based farming methods to the fullest extent possible. (National Organic Program, 2013). The USDA determines what should be considered non-organic and organic. The process of organic food is a basically done exactly the same way as regular food, there are still pesticides and chemicals on the products itself, but the organic foods doesn’t have as much on them. The testing of “organic” foods is a process that is required by the USDA. Organic certification requires that farmers and handlers document their processes and get inspection...
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