Is it more nutritious?
The answer isn't yet clear. There is no definitive research that makes this claim. It is extremely difficult to conduct studies that would control the many variables that might affect nutrients, such as seeds, soil type, climate, postharvest handling, and crop variety. The researchers concluded that organically and conventionally produced foodstuffs are comparable in their nutrient content.
However, although the differences are small, research has shown that some organic food has:
Lower nitrate levels
Higher vitamin C levels
Higher levels of selenium.
However there are other considerations:
Most people buy organically-grown food products because they are concerned about pesticides, additives, antibiotics. the enviroment or other chemical residues. Although pesticide residues in fruit and vegetables are monitored in most countries, many people believe organic food is healthier. Some people choose organic food because they prefer the taste.