Organic vs. NON-GMO. What's the difference? Important factors when it comes to optimal health.

Knowing the meaning behind these two labels is important if you're looking to buy the healthiest and safest food for your family. However, a more important thing to consider is, dissecting the actual ingredient label of the product you're buying.

For example, say you're purchasing a bag of frozen blueberries. The bag labeled USDA Organic and NON-GMO has blueberries WITH added sugar, but the bag that's not labeled with either is strictly just blueberries. It's crucial to read the ingredient label of the products you're buying; that's where the truth lies! Listed below are the key factors of determining the importance of each organic and NON-GMO. *please see attached screenshots from scientific research backing information provided. Organic:

  • NON-GMO used

  • No use of Round-up herbicides

  • No use of hexane

  • No use of sewage sludge

  • No use of growth hormones/antibiotics

  • No use of ractopamine


  • NON-GMO used

Also, with organic products you'll avoid chemicals like synthetic preservatives, artificial colors, artificial flavors, synthetic pesticides, and other food additives.

While food labels and packaging can be tricky to the consumer's eye, it's important that we keep spreading the word and educating the US on food, food products, ingredients, additives, and product labels!

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