Many shoppers are willing to shell out more money for organic produce because they believe it is healthier -- but a new report casts doubt on that. The Stanford University study challenges whether organic foods are more nutritious than conventional foods grown with pesticides. KQED's Forum discusses the benefits of organic foods and the impact of ingesting trace amounts of pesticides. Do you buy organic? Will this new study change the way you eat?
Original Broadcast: Wed, Sep 5, 2012 -- 10:00 AM