may seem great for ethical and health reasons, but there is more to it than that. Organic isn’t a good
choice for everyone. Organic foods do have cons. Focus should be taken off of organic food and
more on our farming practices.
Organic foods are viewed as super healthy and in general superior to other foods, yet if that
is true then why aren’t grocery stores just selling organic food? Organic food isn’t the first choice
for many simply because of its price. Organic food is usually more expensive than regular food.
People also have limited options on where to buy organic food. You can buy organic foods at most
major grocery stores, but there …show more content…
Chemical residue from these pesticides and fertilizers
are also in the food grown and consumed. We grow our food this way because it makes food more
easy to mass produce. With the world’s population increasing it may seem like this is our only
option to feed people.
It is true that using nonorganic farming methods makes food in larger quantities, and more
uniform, that doesn’t mean though that we can’t feed the world with organic food. Organic farming
practices are better for the environment, and sustainable. When we grow foods organically then
soils won’t degrade and chemicals won’t wash up into our water supplies. If growing food
organically becomes commonplace then so will buying organic foods, because the price for them
will be cheaper.
It would be a hard switch though because the way we grow food now works in some ways.
Growing food nonorganic is not the way to grow food forever though and its effects will eventually
catch up to us. As far as eating nonorganic food goes it is just as nutritional as nonorganic food.
Organic food wont win if it is just looked at as a healthier option because it really isn’t. Organic
food will win when our farming methods change and it becomes