Review finds nutritional benefits to organic food

09/14/2009 | FoodNavigator

The debate over whether organic foods confer more nutrition than conventional counterparts continues as recent studies have offered opposing conclusions. One from the U.K. found they do not offer increased nutritional benefit, while a new review from France says organic plant products contain more dry matter and minerals, including iron and magnesium, as well as more antioxidant polyphenols such as phenols and salicylic acid.

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