What does organic food contain?

Organic food is characterized by not containing ingredients or chemical substances harmful to health or the environment. Instead, they are grown using sustainable methods, avoiding the use of pesticides, artificial fertilizers, and growth hormones. In addition, organic foods tend to be fresher and have a more intense flavor due to their more natural production.

How can we differentiate organic foods from processed?

There are several ways to differentiate organic foods from processed ones:

1. Labeling: organic foods usually have a seal or label that identifies them as such, such as “Euro Leaf” or “USDA Organic”.

2. Ingredients: Organic foods have a short list of ingredients, usually pure and natural, while processed foods often have a long list of artificial ingredients.

3. Appearance: organic foods tend to have a more natural appearance, with varied shapes and colors, while processed foods tend to have a uniform appearance.

4. Price: organic foods are usually more expensive than processed or frozen foods.

5. Taste: organic foods tend to have a more authentic and strong flavor due to their more natural production.

These are some of the most common indicators, but it’s important to note that not all foods labeled “organic” necessarily meet all of these criteria. That’s why it’s important to read labels carefully and get to know the growers and their practices well.

Why are organic foods more expensive?

Organic products, as we have indicated before, tend to have a higher price and this is due to different factors:

Higher cost of production: Organic food production tends to be more expensive than conventional food, since more investment in labor is required and cheap chemicals are avoided.

Smaller scale of production: Organic food production is often on a small scale, which limits the economy of scale and increases the cost per unit.

• Certification and regulation: organic food must be certified by accredited bodies, which requires time and resources, and is governed by stricter regulations.

Increasing demand: The demand for organic food is increasing, which has led to an increase in its price due to limited supply and increased demand.

In general, the higher price of organic food reflects the additional cost associated with more sustainable production and the absence of chemicals that are harmful to health and the environment. However, for many people, the additional price is worth the health and environmental benefits.

At Defeder, we use 100% organic fertilizers with great quality, effort and traceability so that your products grow from organic raw materials, carrying out sustainable agriculture through the circular economy and viability. From now on, you know why organic products are different from processed ones, their cost is higher and they have exceptional quality.

Eat organic and environmentally friendly food!


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