There are some people that believe that organic vegetables and conventionally-grown food are the same. This cannot be further from the truth. In truth there are plenty of differences that can be noted between vegetables and conventional food.
A list of the most noted differences are given below
Organic fruits and vegetables generally look less appealing. They are of irregular shape and often look less attractive.
*Non conventional form: The form are normally not standard-for instance you will not have a straight carrot very often.
* Not uniform: For instance in the case of tomato, the sunny side will be red while the side that has been grown in the shadow of leaves will be yellowish.
* Heterogeneous sizes: The organic vegetables will come in different sizes some may be large while others might be smaller.
*Smaller variety: Giant apples are all full of chemicals and water. Nothing to do with organic food.
Organic vegetables seem to be more appealing to the taste bud. This is because the vegetables have taken time to grow and develop all the necessary aromas. This is especially true for tomatoes, carrots and some fruits such as apples.
Vegetables can be great for people following a diet as they contain less water and also contains some additional antioxidants.
Organic fruit and vegetables also have the added advantage of containing fewer chemicals. Indeed as there is less usage of pesticides and fertilizers there is less accumulation of chemicals and this can allow you to consume the products without any risk.