• Organic is Non-GMO

    Organic is Non-GMO

    Organic is Non-GMO Organic is non-GMO because the use of GMOs is prohibited in organic production. For example, organic farmers cannot plant GMO seeds, organic livestock cannot eat GMO feed, and organic food manufacturers cannot use GMO ingredients. Organic producers are also required by law to protect their crops and products from unintentional contact with GMOs. For example, organic farmers may need procedures to...
  • Starting Organic life at home

    Starting Organic life at home

    The single best thing you can do to support organic is to purchase organic. In the grocery store, look for the USDA Certified Organic Seal—it’s your best bet for ensuring the product was grown and produced without harmful chemicals. When purchasing meat and dairy, look for pasture-raised and grass-fed varieties. In the kitchen, learn to compost Instead of tossing scraps in the garbage where they’ll contribute...
  • Organic vs Conventional

    Organic vs Conventional

    The difference between organic and conventional The essential difference between organic and conventional farming is that conventional farming relies on chemical intervention to fight pests and weeds and provide plant nutrition. That means synthetic pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers. Organic farming relies on natural principles like biodiversity and composting instead to produce healthy, abundant food. Importantly, “Organic production is not simply the avoidance of conventional...
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