Organic Foods: The Difference Between Organic And Organic Food

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Many people ask the question of what is organic food? This paper is going to go into many things that people might have questions about when it comes to organic food. What is organic food? Is there a difference between Organic and conventional food? Is growing organic easier on farms soil compared to conventional farming? What does it take to be organic food, who watches and regulates what is considered to be organic? Why does organic food cost so much more than conventional? Is it really worth the higher cost? Organic food, is it more beneficial than that of conventionally grown food. Why? What is the difference between CERTIFIED organic and organic foods that are not certified? We will go into all of these questions and more throughout this paper trying to find the answers…show more content…
Well to start Organic food is grown by farmers who use renewable resources, and this is to keep soil and water from being over used while also hopefully enhancing the environment around them for future generations of farmers. Organic produce is food that has been grown without the aid of most of the conventional pesticides, synthetic federalizers, GMO’S (genetically modified organisms), ionized radiation, or sewage sludge, Organic animals that produce meat, eggs, poultry, or any dairy products are not given any antibiotics or GMOS. Farmers that want to have their produce or animals to be “organic” They must meet all necessary rules and regulations made by the USDA (Untied States Department of Agriculture) and their farm must be inspected by a certified government inspector. The main differences between organic and conventional food is basically just the way that it is grown or handled by farmers. Not to mention the things that are used to help the plants or animals grow, while organic has a strict guideline to follow. conventionally grown foods have much less guide lines to follow such as the pesticides, GMO or fertilizers used in the aid of growth of plants or

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