If it’s organic, it would be labeled as such, so you would know why you are paying what is probably a higher price for it. At regular grocery stores in the U.S., most produce that’s not labeled organic is conventionally grown (i.e. grown with pesticides).
All organic food has to labeled so under the law. However, just because you are eating organic fruit, doesn’t mean its better for the environment. Many ‘organic fruits’ are grown in places like Argentina and Chile then shipped to the US. The food tends to be of lesser quality since it has to travel and is never quite as fresh as organic produce from your home town or state.
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