I found this research study quite interesting because it talks about the health benefits of organic vs. non-organic foods. Many times, people walk into a grocery store and hear that the there are health benefits with buying organic foods (myself included) even though they are quite more expensive. In a study performed by Stanford University scientists, research shows that there are no significant health benefits in regards to purchasing organic foods. Another important finding was that research showed that organic foods were no less likely to contain bacteria such as E.Coli in comparison to non-comparison foods.
The study shows objectivity because it acknowledges that the study is unlikely to swing opinions on purchasing organic foods.I appreciate that the study acknowledges the advocate's viewpoints with the benefits of organic foods and that buyers will likely continue on purchasing these foods. By providing both sides of the argument, people are able to make informed decisions and prove that the researchers were set on finding the facts, they didn't have bias to sway consumers one way or the other. The study also shwoed credibility because the findings were combined with 237 other studies examining the health benefits of organic food.