The problem with organic foods though is that they somehow seem more trustworthy and healthy than foods that aren't labelled organic. Yes it is true that the ingredients should have been grown without pesticides and fertilisers and so on, however organic labelling does not necessarily equal healthy and it is does not necessarily equal more eco-friendly either.
I'm not saying don't eat organic - it can still be a more eco-friendly option, however be aware that just because it says organic on the label it doesn't mean that all is ok. To avoid the problems of added sugar, salt and fat try to buy raw ingredients from reputable sources i.e. ones which you can identify exactly where the product came from.
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