Fat Soluble vitamin contents and fatty acid composition in organic and conventional Italian dairy products. Food Chemistry. 2003. 82 635-631.
Bergamo P, Fedele E, Iannibelli L, Marzillo G
Fatty acid composition and fat-soluble vitamin concentrations were measured to compare the milk fat composition in organic certified milk and dairy products with those produced by conventional systems. The influence of animal diet, and potential implications of milk fat composition, on nutritional quality of organic dairy products is considered.
Comparison of nutritional quality between conventional and organic dairy products: a meta-analysis. J Sci Food Agric 2012. 92. 2774-2781.
Palupi E, Jayanegara A, Ploeger A, Kahl J.
This study looks at a contribution debate on the comparison of nutritional quality between conventional versus organic products using a meta-analysis approach. The differences in feeding regime between conventional and organic dairy productions is suspected to be the reason behind this evidence.
Nuclear magnetic resonance based metabolomic comparison of breast milk and organic and traditional formula brands for infants and toddlers. J. Int. Biol 24.7. doi:10.1089/omi.2019.0125.
Meoni G, Tenori L, Luchinat C.
This study evaluated the metabolite profiles of formula milk with nuclear magnetic resonance-based metabolomic analysis. The findings inform efforts to design formula milk in ways that closely mimic human milk, and guide research to differentiate organic and traditional formula milk.
NMR-based metabolomics analysis of organic and conventionally produced formula milk: preliminary results. J. Pediatr. Neonat. Individual Med. 2019. 8 (2) e080228.
Corbu S, Pintus R, Dessi A, Pudda M, Marincola C, Fanos V.
This study aimed to present work to use a proton nuclear resonance-based metabolomics approach to compare the metabolome of organic and conventionally produced formula milk designed for fulfill infants’ nutritional needs from birth to 12 months of age. Although the study presents several limitations, our preliminary results further support the utility of metabolomics in research for infant nutrition.
Integrated Soil and Crop Management in Organic Agriculture: A Logical Framework to Ensure Food Quality and Human Health? Agronomy2021, 11, 2494.
Rempelos, L. et al
In this article the evidence that organic farming methods improve the nutritional quality of food crops is reviewed. There is growing evidence that agricultural intensification has resulted in a reduction in the nutritional quality of food and the sustainability of food production, and organic farming practices not only improve food quality and human health, but also food security.