Are organic foods healthier than inorganic foods?
 In theory, they should be. For organic foods aren’t subjected to all the artificial, commercial, synthetic processing that conventional methods put their food products through.  Conventional production handles stresses such as disease and pests with artificial, synthetic chemicals such as the ‘cides. And it can focus on quick growth to lush sizes through additives, fertilizers such as heavy-handed NPK [nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium], genetically modified organisms, and hormones.  Organic production responds with botanicals [made from plants], horticultural oils, and insecticidal soaps; and with compost, compost tea, and organic slow release fertilizers.  So a big concern with conventionally produced food is the barrage of chemicals before, during and after production; and the residues of the barrage.  That’s not supposed to be a concern with organically produced food.  But some of the botanicals such as rotenone have turned out not to be so environmentally friendly