What's the diff btw organic & natural?!
In the USA, organic is legally defined by the USDA where the food is grown with no man-made fertilizers, sprayed with pesticides and no genetically modified seed stock.
Natural is a marketing term used by companies and have to real meaning. It's used to attract customers to buying a product... which btw may be made from non-organically grown foods.
organic means that the food is made with no synthetic pesticides (man made crap) or growth hormones/chemicals in the process of growth/manufacturing
natural means that its not man made, its "natural" taken from animals/fruits/veggies, not like a man made cheese powder. natural however does not mean that it doesnt have pesticides, etc.
just wrote a research paper on it!
Your question says "What's the difference by the way organic and natural". BTW means " by the way".