A fairly simple one this time. Though it has been building for decades recent years have seen some try to promote organic food as superior. I am also looking for oddities in how things are called. In some places organic just means you skip the last round of pesticides and other things end up being organic by default -- the margins on lamb are often small enough that you probably will not call the vet out for one. Personally I find it edible but I have never had "oh this tastes so much nicer", anything like that is usually because someone prepared it better or fresher. This is not to say I do not have issues with some of the more intensive farming practices but in terms of the distinction between organic and not organic I have never seen the difference. Equally unlike some of the backlash against "artificial colours and flavourings" (give me good pure chemicals any day of the week rather than something you half siphoned off a bunch of crushed plants/animals with a bunch of interesting extras included as industrial chemistry is hard). As yields tend to be lower and prices tend to be higher (not unrelated concepts) and I can not taste the difference I usually avoid it, similarly if someone tells me "this is organic" my response is usually "and?"/"your point?".