Why organic food is healthier than conventional food

When organic food comes in contact with the soil, the soil microbes break down the food, but conventional food does not.

Organic food can be harvested from the ground or from a farm that has been certified organic.

A certified organic farm that sells its produce and supplies it to a supermarket is considered to be a certified organic farmer.

However, the term organic food can refer to any organic product that does not use synthetic fertilizers and pesticides.

According to a recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, an average of 12 percent of Americans say they have not tried organic foods.

However and the same study found that the majority of consumers do not want to pay more for organic food, according to a news release from the Pew Center.

The Pew Center also reported that the U.S. has the highest per capita consumption of organic food in the world.

According the U and PEPFAR report, the majority (54%) of Americans are either not aware that organic food and farm animals are treated humanely or do not have any information about the benefits of organic farming and production.

Organic products can be cheaper than conventional foods, which can lead to healthier lifestyles.

The organic market is expected to grow at an annual rate of about 10 percent in 2019, according the Pew report.