Is organic food worth the higher price? | The Tylt
Organic food is in such high demand now that even Walmart carries it—but eating organic isn't cheap, and skeptics wonder if it's worth the extra cost. Organic products cost an average of 47 percent more than conventional ones. Some studies show organic food is richer in nutrients, and proponents argue the extra cost is worth the environmental benefits of pesticide-free agriculture. But others say organic food is a racket to pry more dollars from paranoid shoppers. What do you think? 🍏 🍋 🍅
Is organic food worth the higher price?
I'm starting to think organic is a marketing scam to charge more money for food— Hayley Wright (@hazeeley) November 20, 2016