Organic food: nutritious food or food for thought? A review of the evidence.

Abstract

Apparently, one of the primary reasons for purchasing organic food is the perception that it is more nutritious than conventional food. Given the increasing interest towards organic food products, it is imperative to review the existing literature concerning the nutritional value of the produce, and to determine to what extent are consumer expectations met… (More)

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@article{Magkos2003OrganicFN, title={Organic food: nutritious food or food for thought? A review of the evidence.}, author={Faidon Magkos and Fotini Arvaniti and Antonis D Zampelas}, journal={International journal of food sciences and nutrition}, year={2003}, volume={54 5}, pages={357-71} }