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Study sparks organic foods debate

12 July 2014 Last updated at 09:17 BST

A new scientific review claims organic foods are higher in nutrients and lower in pesticides compared with conventionally grown varieties.

Scientists at Newcastle University have spent the last five years studying organic crops and say they are significantly richer in antioxidants.

But critics of the review have dismissed their claims.

Dan Johnson reports.

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