UK: Organics "not value for money?"
The debate concerning organic produce heated up in the UK this weekend when the Chairman of the Government Food Standards Agency, Sir John Krebs, told BBC viewers there was no evidence that organically grown produce was healthier than that produced using conventional farming methods.Unless they knowingly pay for a holistic approach to farming, Sir John Krebs stated that the public are not necessarily getting value for money by buying organic.
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