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How important is organic to you?

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MamaPenelope Mon 17-Feb-14 09:21:59

Morning Mummies and Daddies,

Hope you're all well.

I was wondering how important is organic baby and child food to you? I don't know whether to swap completely to organic with the kids. Are the benefits better? What does everyone else do?

Penny xx

ThursdayLast Mon 17-Feb-14 09:25:01

It is not my highest priority. I think vegetables full stop are more important than organic vegetables.
I grew up on a non organic dairy farm.
I also think the pricing is prohibitive to a lot of families, and that those families shouldn't be made to feel bad because of that.

Snowdown Mon 17-Feb-14 11:24:42

My biggest priority was avoiding processed foods....would go for home cooked over processed organic any day. Then I check labels often organic has less crap in it but it can still be full of sugar and void of nutrition.

gretagrape Mon 17-Feb-14 14:38:11

I've never thought of buying ready-made organic meals/snacks as at the end of the day it's still processed and will have barely any nutrients regardless of the fact that it is free of growth hormones/antibiotics/pesticides.

It's important for me to buy as much organic fruit/veg/meat and dairy as I can afford each week - a lot of non-organic fertilisers/pesticides are derived from petro-chemicals and if I don't want to put them on my son's skin then I definitely don't want him to eat them!

HighVoltage Mon 17-Feb-14 22:42:34

For the kids I buy organic meat and dairy but don't worry about vegetables or fruit unless on special offer.

I do buy some organic sachets for our 8 month old DTs for emergencies (sometimes fatigue-related) they tend to have less odd ingredients in them so I feel happier I know what's going in them.

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