Organic produce is good. Usually. First, it is not always clear what organic means and what are the conditions and criteria for growing and producing food to justify an ‘organic’ label. Second, I still see organic produce in supermarkets (certainly in Singapore were we spend most of our time) that is airflown. That seems to defeat the purpose…
I think the most important is that you know your source of food, that it was produced with love, care, knowledge and attention, that it is fresh and didn’t have to travel long and far to reach your shopping basket.
I would say that’s still better than anonymously produced organic food that has to come from far. What say you?
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