Not necessarily. Sometimes, non organic fruit or vegetable may be genetically modified to grow bigger or smaller than the average of that fruit. However, it may sometimes be the case that organic fruit and vegetables are bigger than non-organic. It all depends on the crop and time of year. It is important to remember that there is a lot of variable, because organic fruits and veggies do not benefit from chemicals and pesticides.
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