Peter Laufer talked about his book Organic: A Journalist’s Quest to Discover the Truth behind Food Labeling, in which he investigates the truth behind food labels. In his book, he traces the origins of several food items that are labeled “organic” to find out what exactly that means. He also questions whether organic food is really better for you than non-organic food. Mr. Laufer spoke at Village Books in Bellingham, Washington. close
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