Stanford University Research Finds Little Nutritional Benefit
Posted: September 8, 2012
By CANDACE SIPOS
Wilbur Ressler of Harrisonburg shops for organic produce at the Friendly City Food Co-Op Wednesday afternoon. Ressler says keeping away from pesticides that may be found in traditionally grown and harvested food items is a benefit of eating organic. “I think it’s more of a long-term health thing,” he says. (Photo by Candace Sipos / DN-R)
HARRISONBURG — Local consumers of organic foods haven’t let a recently published study that questions the health benefits of organic sway them.