I wonder if JW’s are aware that organic food is grown in soil that is improved by enriching the soil with manure, fish-meal and dried blood? Lots and lots of dried blood? http://www.ext.vt.edu/departments/envirohort/factsheets2/fertilizer/jan89pr6.html
I know for a fact that when I was “dubbing”, we were told that it was verboten to use dried blood as soil fertilizer. In later years I took over a garden allotment to grow fresh vegetables for the family and eventually opted to go the organic route, forsaking the use of chemical nitrogen and phosphates, which just sit “in” the soil. I chose to improve the soil itself by organic methods using green manures, fish-meal and, of course dried blood. Bucketfuls of dried blood too, not just a "sprinkle". New potatos were scrummy!
As organic food becomes more desirable, Tesco’s report that consumption is increasing yearly, their organic dept is about one half the capacity of chemically grown vegetables, and increasing yearly.
So there you have it. Eat the chemically grown food, you dubs, the healthy non-cancerous organic stuff is denied to you!