For quite some time, there’s been an explosion of health food products on the market, specifically advertised as either “organic foods” or “natural” foods.
Most people don’t know that there is a major difference between “organic” and “natural” foods, believing that the two are interchangeable.
But there’s a huge difference between a food labeled “natural” and one that is labeled “organic.”
Unfortunately, the two titles get tossed around a lot, to the point where no one seems to be able to determine which is which, creating a lot of confusion for people who are truly concerned with purchasing the best and healthiest products available.
What’s the difference between “organic” and “natural”? Isn’t “natural food” just as safe and healthy as “organic food”?
Here’s the beginning of the answer. “Natural” does not mean “organic” and comes with no guarantees.
“Natural” foods are often assumed to be foods that are minimally processed…
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