That’s not what this study of studies showed (and no authors reported a conflict of interest, though their individual funding is not listed: bias exists in scientific publications too).
The report from Stanford showed that organic foods reduce “consumers’ exposure to pesticide residues and to bacteria-resistant to antibiotics.” Not to mention boosting omega-3s and phenol (antioxidant) content…the up side.
If those are not health benefits, I don’t know one when I see one. I do know lots of people who would rather go to the grocery store or farmer’s market than the doctor.
Here’s what I told Guideposts Magazine several years ago on which foods to buy organic: it’s less than a minute, but makes the points clearly. Do you think I got it right?