I do like carrots and I like organic carrots even better, as they have a much fuller flavour than “standard” carrots.
In a recent report however as reported by the BBC and commisioned by the Food Standards Agency it was found that:
Organic food is no healthier than ordinary food, a large independent review has concluded.
There is little difference in nutritional value and no evidence of any extra health benefits from eating organic produce, UK researchers found.
Things change, back in October 2007 I read that:
Organic produce is better for you than ordinary food, a major European Union-funded study says.
The £12m four-year project, led by Newcastle University, found a general trend showing organic food contained more antioxidants and less fatty acids.
That survey said organic food, well organic produce, could be better for you than non-organic produce.
So who is right?
When I started buying organic, and about 90% of what I buy is organic, the data and research seemed to indicate that there was no real difference between organic and non-organic produce.
I justified it to myself that possibly it was good for me, but in reality the main reason for buying organic was the flavour, and I still stand by that.
I buy organic for the flavour and so should you.