Organic products are pure, have no harsh pesticides and are not made from genetically modified seeds. Studies have shown that they taste better and have more nutrients. However, if you can't afford to buy organic products, it's always better to make non-organic juice than not to do it at all. The term “organic” means that the product is made with certified organic ingredients that are grown according to USDA organic laws.
USDA organic products have strict production and labeling requirements. The label verifies that the product is “produced without excluded methods”, which means that it is produced in an organic and healthy way (for example, if the product's ingredients are not certified according to these guidelines, it cannot bear the expression “Made with certified organic ingredients” nor can the personal care product use the term “organic” anywhere on the front label or in marketing statements). Organic fruits and vegetables are purer than their non-organic counterparts. They are not coated with dangerous pesticides and did not begin their lives genetically modified.
Some studies even suggest that organic products taste better. However, that's not the main reason why you should go organic. If you're like us and juices are a way of life, you've probably heard of organic juices. Juice bar franchises are popping up all over the country and the biggest grocery stores today have a fairly wide range of organic juices.