Researchers looked at 50,000 studies conducted over 50 years — and found no significant differences in the foods. They focused on a wide range of crops and livestock raised and marketed under organic standards.I suppose that could mean one of a few things:
- This entire study is just propaganda from Big Food, carefully calibrated as a response to Food Inc. Having worked in PR, this wouldn't surprise me.
- The study is legit, but ignores the environmental impacts of non-organic foods.
- The study is legit, and we should stop spending nearly 2x on organic foods.