Is Organic Food a Rip-Off?

Organic foods are generally accepted as pesticide-free breeding foods, herbicides, genetic changes or, in the case of animals, fewer supplements and better living conditions.

Organic foods are published healthier than conventional foods and are certainly more expensive than conventional foods.

So, is it worth the extra cost?  Let us take a look at what both sides of the argument have to say. You may be surprised at what experts have to say about the environmental benefits.

If you’re an organic lawyer, you’ll definitely benefit from marketing and branding, so read on to find out why.

A Marketing  Scam

Organic foods are a marketing scam, according to the Hoover Institute. They believe that changing labeling laws and scaremongering encourages people to buy organic products.

Organic proponents use the term boogie monster of the genetically modified organism (GMO) to scare people. Organic advocates have Americans with a sinister scientific background and little reasoning skills.

Apparently, marketing works because organic food is slowly increasing in market share. However, labeling laws are often rejected because traditional food manufacturers do not want you to know what is in your food.