Could Organic Foods be Bad for the Environment?

10/26/2014 11:31
WWN- Recently, Britian's Food Standards Agency and the Annals of Internal Medicine, a journal, concluded after extensive studies that there is no substantial difference between organic and non-organic foods concerning nutrition.  You get just as much nutrition with either non-organic corn, for example as organic corn.  The studies showed that in some respects organic foods may be bad for the environment, because growing them uses land less efficiently than non-organic foods.  The West Who Director of the Food and Health Agency Shelly Petrilli said her department would examine this information to make recommendations to West Who citizens.