When you go to the grocery store with your parents, you often see foods marked as organic, natural, or containing no GMOs or high-fructose corn syrup. What do these labels mean, and how do you decide which is better to eat?
These and other questions are important to consider when purchasing food. In order to be labeled organic, a product must meet standards that are set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
To make the best choices for you and your family, do your research. The following websites can help you make informed decisions.
Organic and Other Environmentally Friendly Foods
What Does Organic Mean?
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