Posted 15 June 2016
"What we eat is seen as more important than ever. And everywhere we are urged to go organic: we are told it is more nutritious, it improves animal welfare and helps the environment. In reality, that it mostly marketing hype. In 2012, Stanford University's Centre for Health Policy did the biggest comparison of organic and conventional foods and found no robust evidence for organics being more nutritious. A brand-new review has just repeated its finding: 'Scientific studies do not show that organic products are more nutritional and safer than convential foods.'" Bjorn Lomborg reports in the UK Daily Telegraph.