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Is Organic Food Better?

If you're buying organic for the nutritional benefits... you might want to save your money. According to a new study, there's not a lot of difference between organic and non-organic. Laura spoke with Sylvain Charlebois. He's a food distribution and policy researcher at the University of Guelph. Listen audio (runs 6:19)

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