Researchers found that, while the consumption of organic produce did limit exposure to potentially toxic pesticides, organic foods were generally not more nutritious and did not “carry fewer health risks” than their non-organic brethren—and FDA-approved “organic” foods aren’t 100% pesticide-free either! Researchers were, by their own admission, “a little surprised” by these results.

via Is ‘Organic’ Food a PR Scam? – PRNewser.

Apparently no one considered that limiting exposure to potentially toxic pesticides is kind of the point of eating organic foods.

Also, this story (not just PRN’s version but the whole point of view that’s being espoused in the story) reads very much like it was generated by the PR team at a trade group that wanted to do some counter-narrative messaging.