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Is organic a better health choice?

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(WTVR) - More people are choosing to buy organic food products, but are these foods  really more beneficial to your health?
A new study done at Stanford University shows, not really.
The study concludes there are no significant nutritional differences between organic and conventionally-grown foods.
The findings did show that organic foods have a 30 percent lower chance of having pesticide residue.
From 1997 to 2010  the organic industry has grown by more than 12 billion dollars.