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More Good News About Organics

11/23/2007 12:00:00 AM

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If the study outlined in last issue's Gazette didn't convince you, here's further evidence that organic food is healthier than nonorganic. A new European study from Newcastle University has produced the same results, showing that foods from organic farms have higher levels of antioxidants. But unlike the University of California-Davis study, which only tested tomatoes, this one found the higher nutrient levels in meat, milk and even grains!



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