A man eats an organic doughnut, does organic mean healthy?Organic by definition just means certified by the USDA that it meets their standards. Their standards are: no fertilizers with added synthesized ingredients, conventional pesticides, GMOs,
So this begs the question does it really differ in nutritional content, no. The reason farmers and ranchers offer different methods of production because we too are different. We are consumers of our own products and we each want something different. We don't do it because one is better than the other, we do it because we are human. Conventional, certified organic, or natural it is all safe wholesome, and nutritious.
I have attached a link to the USDA guidelines to certified organic because it has a big misconception around it--I will talk about the others in following posts.
National Organic Program