A growing body of research is showing that organic fruits and vegetables are more nutritious than their nonorganic counterparts.
While nonorganic farmers use pesticides and chemical fertilizers that kill soil life, organic farmers nurture soil life, creating rich, well-balanced, living soils that produce strong plants and more nutritious foods.
Recent studies suggest that organic strawberries and blueberries contain more nutrients when compared to conventionally grown varieties. Research, including our own Stonyfield Greener Cow Program, has shown that organic, pasture-fed cows naturally produce milk with more omega-3 fatty acids.
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