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Milk: Organic vs. Non
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atti_editor posted:
When it comes to milk what separates organic from non-organic? Is organic milk worth the price ? What exactly does organic mean?

Find out the answers to these questions (and which carton nutritionist Maryann Jacobsen reaches for) by clicking on the link above.

Where do you fall in the discussion of organic vs. non? Will this blog post affect your decision? We'd love to hear from you!

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rohvannyn responded:
I will drink whatever. I've gotten out of the habit of drinking milk but I enjoy regular, almond, soy, or rice milk. If I was going to buy milk on a regular basis I would prefer organic if I could afford it - further, I would buy from a local farmer if I could. Generally I prefer processed milk such as yogurt and cheese. I don't worry about hormones etc in that case because I can't afford it, though I ususally pay the extra for additive free yogurt.
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