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    The aroma of the dish was unique, delicious and appetizing. Carefully, trying not to ruin the design, I started eating. Soon I was happy to find out that in addition to the beauty, the food was also very tasty. After that day, we have visited…

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    Organic Foods

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    In a society that is concerned with being active and healthy, there are a variety of “health foods” available at the grocery store. With all the fancy labels and claims of being “lower in calories” or “fat free” it can be confusing which of these foods are healthiest. The answer can be found most obviously in the produce section. Organic foods offer an alternative to conventional products. Produce, meats, and a variety of other products grown organically are available at most grocery stores.…

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    Organic Food

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    Organic food is free of manmade additions like antibiotics. Organic produce is simply food radiation. This type of food has become very popular around the world, mostly because they realized grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, modified organisms, or ionizing some of the benefits that come with it. The sales of organic food have increased as more consumers are becoming aware of the benefits you receive from it. A major benefit is greater antioxidant value…

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    that organic food is a better choice than non-organic food? The descriptive term Organic is a new idea that popped up in the 1940 's when J.I Rodale started a magazine called Organic Gardening and Farming, but it did not really become popular until the 1960 's. In 1962, Rachel Carson wrote a book called Silent Spring. In Silent Spring she talked about a pesticide, named DDT.DDT was a dangerous pesticide used to kill mosquitoes in the 1960 's. After Rachel Carson wrote that book, most people…

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    The global organic food industry is advancing exponentially while moving from niche sector to main stream. It is primarily due to increasing awareness of healthy foods and healthy lifestyle worldwide. According to Tech Sci Research Report, global organic food industry is expected to grow at the rate of 16 % during 2015-2020. Global competitors in organic food Industry according to regions are USA, Europe, and Asia Pacific. USA: USA is one of the major contributors to the global organic food…

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    representation of my argumentative essay on Organic Food is a Healthier Alternative to Non-Organic Food. Designing my infographic required time in determining what was pertinent information that would interest the reader. Determining what is considered important from the argumentative essay required a lot of time in carefully selecting the most important information, because everything in the essay was important. Once I decided upon the information from the essay to be used, I started the…

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    to buy more organic food then it leads to increase the demand for that organic products which ultimately increase the production and supply. For Example: Beef, Free range egg, Wholemeal Organic bread etc. Mass production will reduce the cost of production for organic produced and generates more revenue…

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    hospital. People are putting themselves at risk every time they decide to consume conventionally grown foods -foods that are grown with an immense amount of pesticides. As a result, each year 20-40 people die of pesticide poisoning in the United States. This number may seem small compared to the billions of people in the world, but it can affect anyone at anytime. One solution to this problem is all food grown should be grown organically. Eliminating farms that grow food conventionally can…

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    Cost Of Organic Foods

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    this new and upcoming industry is booming, people are beginning to wonder if the price of this organic and naturally grown food is right and more importantly, if its really worth it. For many people the price that they are paying for their organic food is saving them trips to the doctor as well as the countless stacks of future hospital bills regarding poor health. To all the other people still buying into the cancer causing products that worldwide companies consider food, more and more of the…

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    Organic Food History

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    Organic food is defined as, “foods that are grown without synthetic pesticides, growth hormones, antibiotics, modern genetic engineering techniques (including genetically modified crops), chemical fertilizers, or sewer sludge.” (Winter, Davies, 2006). Farmers use crop rotation, tillage, cultivation practices, cover crops, and natural products in order to keep their farms organic. However, organic foods can use a synthetic material, which is defined as a substance that is formulated or…

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