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  1. err, 10 years according to the article!And it’s only a ‘may’. Get off the fence you lot and tell us if they are or not.

  2. I can’t see any easy scientific/chemical connection between organic growing of food and it being “better for you” – an easier connection is between organic food and how it tastes, but even then it’s mainly due to increased care and better conditions for organic produce, rather than the organicness itself.

  3. > I can’t see any easy scientific/chemical connection between organic growing of food and it being “better for you”That depends if you think eating organophosphates, weedkillers, and other chemicals like that is good for you. If not, then organic veg is better for you because it doesn’t contain residues of those chemicals.

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