Are You An Organic Food Expert?

Organic food might seem pretty cut and dry, but it's not quite as simple as you think. Do you know organic food well? Take these 10 questions and find out!
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Question 1/12

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What's the best way to tell the difference between organic and nonorganic foods?
With a squeeze test
By looking for an organic label
There is no difference
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What portion of a food must be organic to allow a food maker to use the label "made with organic ingredients?"
0% to 10%
10% to 25%
70% to 95%
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To carry the USDA organic label, produce cannot have:
Irradiation
Genetic engineering
Manmade pesticides
All of the above
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Why do organic foods often cost more than nonorganic foods?
Higher production costs
Higher taxes
More organic farms
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How is organic food good for the planet?
Organic farms produce fewer toxins
Organic farms use less electricity
Organic food is more readily available
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What ONE fruit should you always buy organic?
Apples
Oranges
Bananas
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What produce contains the most pesticides?
Cabbage
Potatoes
Corn
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What code on produce means that it's organic?
A 7 digit code with an O
A code beginning with a 9
It will simply say organic
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The big worry about food that is genetically-modified (GMO) is:
It's a mixed bag
It doesn't taste good
It's harmful to longterm health
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Buying organic meat, milk, and eggs is a good idea because:
They're free of added hormones
They're cheaper
You'll feel better on the inside
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If you want to make sure a food is organic:
Look for the USDA organic label
Just grow the food yourself
It will say "natural"
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Buying locally grown food could be better than buying organic because:
You can demand that your local farmer stop using pesticides
You pay less taxes
It's arriving sooner and has less travel time
Result
Based on the results of this quiz, you're a bit of an organic guesser! Okay, organic foods just aren't your thing. The whole concept confuses you a bit. Fret not, we know it's not cut and dry. Hopefully with this quiz you learned a thing or two and can now count your knowledge on organic foods as much greater!

C+, Organic Guesser

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Based on the results of this quiz, you've got some serious natural know how! You've done the research and read the blogs. You know all about what makes some foods as organic and others natural. Go ahead and brag a little, you've earned it!

B+, Natural Know How

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are a true organic master! You know organic foods better than just about anyone. In fact, we'd recon that you got in on the trend well before it was well....a trend! You know that eating organic is not only good for you, it's good for your family. We commend you for a job well done!

A+, Organic Master

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1
What's the best way to tell the difference between organic and nonorganic foods?
With a squeeze test
By looking for an organic label
There is no difference
2
What portion of a food must be organic to allow a food maker to use the label "made with organic ingredients?"
0% to 10%
10% to 25%
70% to 95%
3
To carry the USDA organic label, produce cannot have:
Irradiation
Genetic engineering
Manmade pesticides
All of the above
4
Why do organic foods often cost more than nonorganic foods?
Higher production costs
Higher taxes
More organic farms
5
How is organic food good for the planet?
Organic farms produce fewer toxins
Organic farms use less electricity
Organic food is more readily available
6
What ONE fruit should you always buy organic?
Apples
Oranges
Bananas
7
What produce contains the most pesticides?
Cabbage
Potatoes
Corn
8
What code on produce means that it's organic?
A 7 digit code with an O
A code beginning with a 9
It will simply say organic
9
The big worry about food that is genetically-modified (GMO) is:
It's a mixed bag
It doesn't taste good
It's harmful to longterm health
10
Buying organic meat, milk, and eggs is a good idea because:
They're free of added hormones
They're cheaper
You'll feel better on the inside
11
If you want to make sure a food is organic:
Look for the USDA organic label
Just grow the food yourself
It will say "natural"
12
Buying locally grown food could be better than buying organic because:
You can demand that your local farmer stop using pesticides
You pay less taxes
It's arriving sooner and has less travel time