Organic food costs more than conventional food. Is it worth the extra money?

Washington Post - Health

As a rule, organic food costs more than conventional food. But is it worth the extra money? “We want consumers to appreciate that by buying organic food, they are helping to support farming methods for plants and animals that are healthier for the Earth’s soil and water supply in the long run,” says Urvashi Rangan, executive director of Consumer Reports’ Food Safety and Sustainability Center. Here’s Consumer Reports’ take on which organic choices provide the most immediate benefit and why. Read full article >>