how different are organic fruits and vegetables from ordinary ones?

August 20, 2007 8:12am CST
lately, i have been seeing on television and also in some of our local restaurants the promotion of organic fruits and vegetables. do you know the difference of organic fruits and vegetables from ordinary ones being sold in the market? are there more advantages in eating organic fruits and vegetables and what are the benefits that we would gain from eating them?
2 responses
@tuffy999 (794)
• Philippines
20 Aug 07
to my knowledge organic fruits and vegetable are chemical free and they let nature take its course unlike the regular fruits and veggies wherein some chemicals are being used which in the long run is hazardous to our health.
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• Philippines
21 Sep 07
i guess that's all that is different from organic and non-organic fruits and vegetables. i haven't discovered yet or researched further as to its other differences and benefits.
• United States
25 Aug 07
I'm not sure of the benefits gained from eating organic fruits and veggies, but I do know when something is labeled "organic" no pesticides or chemicals were used in the growing process of the fruit or vegetable. It's completly natural.