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Understanding Organic: Helpful Resources

We recognize the urgency of climate change we’re facing in our lifetimes. At Navitas Organics, we are committed to using our business as a force for good. By sourcing from small-scale, sustainable and organic farms, and focusing on plant-based products, we are reducing the environmental impact we put on our food system and planet. After more than 15 years of supporting this effort, we’re re-framing our mission statement to align more intentionally with this purpose to help with the transition to a plant-focused lifestyle into 2020 and beyond.

MISSION: We are committed to creating a healthier world through regenerative organic farming and plant-focused lifestyles

You can do the same by voting with your dollars – choosing organic is one small, but important way you can also be a force for good! And while understanding organic can seem like an overwhelming, complicated or even intimidating feat, the reality is that it's a lot easier and more intuitive than you might think! Here are some helpful resources to help you get started.

Understanding Organic Blogs

Real Talk: Organic vs. Conventional Agriculture

Rooted in Organic for 15 Years and Counting

5 Reasons Organic Food is More Expensive

Is Organic Worth the Cost? 3 Reasons Why We Think it is

Understanding Organic Videos

Understanding Organic Part I: What’s the deal with Organic?

Understanding Organic Part II: Why Does Organic Cost So Much?

Understanding Organic Part III: Is Organic Worth the Cost?

Organic Food Quiz Videos

Truth or Myth: Organic agriculture helps protect our natural resources

Truth or Myth: Pesticides aren’t actually bad for you

Truth or Myth: Conventional farming uses sewage sludge as fertilizer

Truth or Myth: Organic produce costs more because it’s a total scam

Truth or Myth: We are powerless in changing our food system

Understanding Organic


Organic vs. Conventional Agriculture Infographic References

  1., “11 Fats About Sustainable Agriculture”. <>.
  2. Tyrant Farms, “5 Organic Farming Facts You Should Know”. <>.
  3. Alavanja, Michael C.R., Dr. P.H., “Pesticide Use and Exposure Extensive Worldwide”. US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health. <>.
  4. University of Michigan Center for Sustainable Systems, “U.S. Food System Fact Sheet”. <>.
  5. Center for Food Safety, “About Sewage Sludge”. <>.
  6. The Rich Roll Podcast, “Zach Bush, M.D. on GMO’s, Glyphosate, and Healing the Gut”. <>.