From "A Taste of Long Island" in Farmingdale to the wide assortment of high-end supermarkets on Long Island, there are plenty of places to buy organic food around here.
But a recent Stanford University study published in the "Annals of Internal Medicine" claims that organic food is not more nutritious than conventional food.
Which has us wondering: Do studies like this impact how you shop for your family? Are you more likely to purchase organic food than conventional food? If so, do you buy it for health reasons? Do you think it tastes better? Do you think organic farming is better for the planet? Or, do you think a forthcoming study will reveal different results?
Tell us in the comments.