Organic versus all natural foods – what’s the difference?
Posted Feb 21 2012 2:00am
Organic and All Natural is the same right?
Humm, it can be SO confusing looking at labels and all of the marketing out there on food. All natural chicken, organic hot dogs, just what does that mean?
Join me on my weekly organic article for Examiner.com – you will be surprised:
Here’s a little teaser: The term “Natural” foods according to the FDA are “a product containing no artificial ingredient or added color and is only minimally processed. Minimal processing means that the product was processed in a manner that does not fundamentally alter the product.” This sounds very healthy to me. But …
OK – you can’t have the entire article here you have to read it on Examiner who asked me to write the article!
But if you want to know more about organics, what it means and where the term comes from you can read Organics 101.
Love hearing from you and learning from each other on our journey to health. Give me some feedback on the article – what do you want to know about Organic Foods?