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.
However it was nice to read today 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.
So there we have it, organic food, well organic produce, could be better for you than non-organic produce.
It should be noted that they are talking about organic produce and not processed organic food like crisps or other unhealthy foods.