Organic strawberries are better for consumers (and farmers' soil)

November 2010
Food & Environment Electronic Digest;Nov2010, p1
The article provides information on a research by Washington State University researchers which reveals that organically grown strawberries can be more flavorful, have higher levels of important nutrients, and keep longer on the shelf than conventionally produced berries. It informs that researchers compared three varieties of strawberries from 13 pairs of adjacent commercial fields in California.


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