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A Comparison of Organicall y and Conventionall y Grown Foods — Results of a Review of the Relevant Literature

@inproceedings{Woese1997ACO,
  title={A Comparison of Organicall y and Conventionall y Grown Foods — Results of a Review of the Relevant Literature},
  author={K. Woese and D. Lange and C. Boess and Klaus Werner Bo},
  year={1997}
}
This review is concerned with the summary and evaluation of the results from more than 150 investigations comparing the quality of conventionally and organically produced food or of foods produced with the aid of di†erent fertilisation systems. Cereals, potatoes, vegetables, fruits, wine, beer, bread, cakes and pastries, milk, meat, eggs and honey, as well as products made from them, have been included in the review. Most of the studies evaluated are physicochemical investigations of… Expand

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