Organic Cashews, Whole, Raw & Unsalted, 10 oz, NOW Foods
Since the U.S. Department of Agriculture put into place the long-awaited National Organic Program, American consumers have finally had a set of nationwide standards for organic foods. But new standards raise new questions. What is organic food? What's the relationship between organic food and food labeled with terms like "all-natural, "free-range, "hormone-free, and "locally grown? Are "organic, "made with organic, and "100% organic foods different?And most importantly, is organic food better for me and my family? This handy guide provides a thorough but nontechnical introduction to organic food. Some topics of special interest include product labeling, health and nutrition, environmental quality, and pricing.
Organic foods are becoming more and more popular today and with large food chain markets carrying more organic food products, the question of VALUE must be asked. Organic foods are more expensive. However, not everyone is convinced organically grown foods are worth the extra expense. In this short ebook we will answer why Organic foods are more expensive? Which common fruits and vegetables have the highest and lowest amount of residual pesticides? Which fruits and vegetables are acceptable as non-organic? Does 100% organic and organic mean the same? Does the word "Natural" on a food label mean what you think it means? Do you know what you're buying? The answers to the above questions and much more are explored through the lens of a skeptical husband and knowledgeable wife, as the husband attempts to buy non-organic products and tries to pass them off as organic.