Students learned that conventional food, which makes up a majority of the food we buy at the grocery store is grown using chemicals like fertilizers, pesticides and antibiotics. Organic food is grown using only natural products, but purchasing organics can be more expensive and harder to find. Students put their knowledge to the test by participating in a taste test to see if they could tell the difference between organic and conventional food based on taste and appearance. The tried carrots, bananas, and tortilla chips. While it was an even split of students who correctly identified organic food from conventional, most students preferred the taste of conventional foods. Students can use their knowledge from the lesson to help them make informed decisions about what types of food they are putting into their bodies.