Organic Markets Boulder City NV

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Whole Foods Market
(702) 361-8183
100 S. Green Valley Parkway
Henderson, NV
 
Whole Foods Market
(702) 458-9427
517 North Stephanie St
Henderson, NV
 
Granite State Natural Foods
164 N State St
Concord, NV
 
Sunflower Farmer's Market
(702) 777-0650
3365 E. Tropicana Ave. (Tropicana & Pecos)
Las Vegas, NV
 
Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market
(702) 207-0173
3220 S Nellis Blvd
Las Vegas, NV
 
Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market
(702) 567-1354
1400 S Boulder Hwy
Henderson, NV
 
Sunflower Farmer's Market
(702) 777-0650
3365 E. Tropicana Ave. (Tropicana & Pecos)
Las Vegas, NV

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Whole Foods Market
(702) 361-8183
100 S Green Valley Pkwy
Henderson, NV
 
Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market
(702) 260-6211
600 S Green Valley Pkwy
Henderson, NV
 
Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market
(702) 617-0470
7380 S Eastern Ave Ste 109-B
Las Vegas, NV
 
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More Reasons to Go Organic! More Nutrition and More Taste!

More Reasons to Go Organic! More Nutrition and More Taste!

Posted by Staff (09/03/2010 @ 10:03 pm)

The debate rages on but a recent study in Science Daily analyzes conventional versus organic farming and the results went beyond environmental concerns.

In the tug of war over whether organic farming is really better than conventional chemical-laden farming, a new study in the online peer-reviewed journal PLoS One comes out solidly in support of the benefits of organic. Self-described as the most comprehensive study of its kind, researchers from Washington State University found that commercial organic farms produce was more flavorful and nutritious strawberries, while leaving the soil healthier and genetically diverse.

In coming to that conclusion, the scientists analyzed 31 chemical and biological soil properties, soil DNA, as well as the taste, nutrition and quality of three strawberry varieties on 13 organic farms and 13 chemical farms in California, where 90% of the US strawberry crop is grown.

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