Organic research supports farmers, communities, and our planet!  There is so much (in)credible science out there that demonstrates why organic food, fiber and farming is a healthy option for people and the planet, that looks outside the box for sustainable solutions to agronomic challenges, and that highlights the organic difference.

People and Planet

For the health of your family

Research shows that when you choose organic, you're getting more of the good stuff and none of the toxic synthetic chemicals. Studies have demonstrated that organic can have positive impacts on our health, because organic foods may provide:

  • Better nutrition
  • More disease-fighting antioxidants
  • More healthy omega 3 fatty acids
  • No controversial pesticides or fertilizers
  • No antibiotics
  • No synthetic growth hormones

Learn more about the human health benefits of organic food

For the health of the planet

Agriculture is one of the largest polluters of our waterways and environments – but organic farming practices work with the earth to lessen the effects of climate change and foster healthier ecosystems. Studies have demonstrated the positive impacts of organic on the environment, such as:

  • Healthier soil and better water quality
  • Combats climate change by sequestering carbon
  • More biodiversity
  • Humane animal treatment
  • Fewer greenhouse gas emissions
  • No controversial chemical pollution

Learn more about the environmental benefits of organic farming