- 01. We buy [organic] food at the farmers' market. It costs a little bit more, but we think it's better for our health.02. Regular bananas are 59¢ a pound, and [organic] bananas are 89¢.03. It's hard to know what [organic] really means for the food we buy because there are varying standards for what qualifies as [organic].04. There is a pub in town which serves a new locally-made beer containing only [organic] ingredients.05. We don't use any pesticides or chemical fertilizers on our farm, so all our produce is guaranteed to be 100% [organic].06. Our local grocery store is now selling [organically]-grown fruit and vegetables.07. This company has expanded [organically] as demand for the product has increased.08. These eggs come from free-range chickens which eat only [organic] grains.09. Any [organic] matter will break down with time.10. Even [organic] food shows traces of pesticides because there is so much chemical residue in the soil from past years.11. My friend believes that eating [organic] food reduces one's chances of developing certain types of cancers.12. British scientists have discovered evidence supporting the idea that [organic] produce is healthier than convential produce, and may help prevent heart attacks, cancer and stroke.13. There are few greater-tasting pleasures than fresh, [organic] strawberries on a warm summer day.14. You should never put non-[organic] matter, such as condoms and tampon applicators, in your toilet.15. Eliza Farnham once said that the human face is the [organic] seat of beauty.16. Ruth Anshen observed that even as the cell is the unit of the [organic] body, so the family is the unit of society.17. Seneca once said that there is nothing dead in nature. Everything is [organic] and living, and therefore the whole world appears to be a living organism.18. [Organic] farming is an important health issue not only for the consumer, but also for those involved in production, who might otherwise be exposed to dangerous chemicals.
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