Or at least, organic fruits and vegetables do not have more vitamins and minerals in them than conventionally grown.
Shoppers can pay up to a third more for organic produce, but the researchers said that with no more nutrients, it was a "lifestyle choice".
Dr Susanne Bugel and a team at the University of Copenhagen\’s Department of Human Nutrition, studied fruit and vegetables on most families\’ shopping lists, including carrots, peas, apples and potatoes.
The team found no clear evidence of any difference in the vitamin and mineral content between the organically and the chemically grown crops.
Their findings are published in the Society of Chemical Industry\’s Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture.
In fact, given those higher prices, organics are one third worse for your nutrition per pound spent on food.
As a lifestyle choice, for the taste, by all means: but the health bit seems to be a con.