So, is organic food actually any better for you? According to food scientists in London: no. (Shocking, I know.) http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124889070523990861.html http://www.reuters.com/article/newsOne/idUSTRE56S3ZJ20090729 Obviously the people who BUY organic food are not too concerned with these findings. (There was a thread a few days ago by a new member. It had something to do with people being hostile to science when it challenged their own opinions...) Of course, BBC had a woman who owned an organic grocery food store (who was not a scientist) claiming that the study was wrong. I want to know your opinions. Do you buy organic food? Do you buy ALL organic food, or just some organic food? Do you feel any better buying organic food? Do you think it's possible for all of us to eat organic food? In the interest of full disclosure, I do like organic milk more than regular milk, and the organic chicken breasts that my girlfriend's mom buys are pretty good. But outside those things, I don't really notice any differences in taste or texture between the foods.