There is really no set rule on the rate of composting in regards to organic vs. non-organic food. The rate really depends on factors such as moisture and how high the temperature it is where your composting system is. The higher the temperature, the faster the composting process is. Some foods do compost faster than others (ex. mangos or avocado pits), but it is not due to its organic or non-organic nature.
I have never heard of there being much of a difference between the compost time of an organic apple or a regular apple, and I cannot find anything that says otherwise.
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