>together to few data to say any thing more than "there may be some
>evidence" any one who would use this limited information to make
>some sort of market claim is suicidal and as I have stated both
>publicly and privately the organic industry certainly is that.
well, here in germany at least the data for fewer pesticide
residues in (certified!!) organic food are VERY WELL established and
highly significant. data for mineral nutrients are unclear. that
seems to be logic, because if you use less nitrogen, you
consequently have dry matter contents.
and if you see data without any hint (as in a lot of
publications!!) whether they are based on d.m or f.m. or
simply the number of fruits..
the rest ?? well, i once asked the question here, what is food
quality? noone did answer until now, NONE of the TWO
OPPOSING sites.... and both might know why.
in medicine even the status of such a simple and basic
thing like ascorbic acid (vit.c) as a true vitamin is discussed
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