Organic nutrition refers to the use of organically grown and produced food in a dietary plan. Organic foods are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, or genetically modified organisms (GMOs). They may also be produced without the use of irradiation, sewage sludge, or synthetic growth hormones. Organic foods are often considered to be healthier and more environmentally friendly than conventionally grown foods.

There are several reasons why we prefer to press organic foods :

  1. Health: Organic foods are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, which may contain harmful chemicals. Eating organic foods may reduce exposure to these chemicals and promote overall health.

  2. Environmental sustainability: Organic farming practices prioritize the use of natural resources, promote biodiversity, and reduce pollution.

  3. Animal welfare: Organic farmers are required to adhere to specific animal welfare standards, which can include providing animals with access to the outdoors, and not using antibiotics or growth hormones.

  4. Taste: Some people believe that organic foods taste better than conventionally grown foods because they are grown using natural methods.

  5. Support for small farmers: Many organic farmers are small, independent operations and purchasing organic food can support them.

It is important to note that organic food is not always available and can be more expensive than conventional food. Some people may not have access to organic food due to location or financial constraints.