Posted: 04 Oct 2011 09:46 PM PDT
October 5, 2011 on 12:47 pm | In Secondary School |
"Organic". Whenever we hear this word we think of the many moments during grocery shopping when our parents are more attracted to food packs with labels bearing the word 'organic'. The food appears similar, except the higher price; so why are they preferred?
Organic, as we generally perceive, are veggies and fruits that are 'healthier' for us, but have we wondered what 'organic' food really is?
On a recent visit to Enderong Organis Farm in in Janda Baik with a group of Chapter members on a fine Tuesday morning during our school holidays, we learnt many things about organic farming and why organic food has gained so much popularity in recent years.
As farmers can do nothing to prevent natural weather such as excessive rain or long periods of drought, good yields are not guaranteed. In pricing organic produce, all these factors are considered.
But the price is just a price isn't it? Organic products, no matter how it's debated, are still the better choice for a healthy lifestyle. As the saying goes, 'You are what you eat', and in this case if you go organic, you will reap the benefits.
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