The report that reviewed 41 previously published studies that compared the nutritional benefits of conventionally grown and organically produced fruit, grains, and vegetables revealed that in general it was significantly higher than a variety of nutrients found from organically grown plants. These results were astonishing and included an increase of 27% in vitamin Cand 29.3 percent more magnesium 13.6 percent more phosphorus as well as 21.1 percent greater iron. 
Another study from 2008 found that on an average organic produce has the highest concentration of 11 nutrients when compared with traditional foods. 17] A study conducted by University of California, Davis. University of California, Davis discovered that organic tomatoes have an increase of 79% in quercetin as well as 97% more kaempferol Aglycones (advantageous flavonoids) in comparison to traditional tomatoes. 
Organic milk studies yield similar results, but with more antioxidants as well as beneficial fatty acids, such as conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) as well as omega-3 acid fatty acids. A study found that on an average organic milk produced 68% more omega-3 acids over traditional milk.