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Do organically produced foods have higher nutritional value?
According to international, national and regional research studies the nutritional value of organic crops compared to conventional crops reveals little if any differences.
Colorado State University (CSU) researchers compared vitamin content of organically and conventionally grown vegetables (carrots and broccoli). They found no statistically significant differences.
Other research from CSU focused on growing potatoes using four different farming techniques under the same growing conditions: an intensive high-chemical system; a moderate conventional system; customary organic farming and virgin organic production. Nine minerals and seven vitamins were analyzed and no clear differences were discovered ...

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