Organic food is no safer to eat than conventionally grown food
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- According to Our World in Data, "Evidence suggests that residue standards and limits are strongly enforced."
- A study investigated the ten most frequently identified pesticide residues across twelve commodity groups from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Pesticide Data Program (PDP) database. According to Our World in Data, "All pesticide exposure estimates were found to be well below the defined 'chronic reference doses' (RfDs)."
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- The link between organic food consumption and health remains insufficiently documented in epidemiological studies
- Organic food is not more nutritional than conventionally grown food