5 Benefits of Organic Farming

The livestock on organic farms is free to roam and the animals only consume grass and certified organic feed.

Non-organic produce commonly contains food additives including preservatives, flavourings and colourings to make them look more attractive on the shelves.

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are often used by farmers to increase yields and combat problems like diseases, pests and adverse weather conditions.

Chemical pesticides are used to kill insects and bacteria that feed on produce. Pesticides can leave a toxic residue on the food itself, which is then transferred into our bodies.

Non-organic farmers use chemicals that contimate water sources, surrounding habitats and the soil.

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