Yes! If you peel a non-organic and organic banana at the same time, you will find that the non-organic banana browns faster and looks less appetizing faster than the organic banana.
Organic bananas are pretty much the same except for the fact that they were grown without the use of pesticides and chemicals. Non organic bananas typically have a longer shelf life due to the excess amounts of chemicals.
No, organic food does not last longer. Non organic fruit lasts longer because the food has chemicals in it to keep it good longer.
Non organic bananas can be purchased in any regular grocery store.
If the food is fresh produce, there is little difference, if any, to how long organic and non-organic food will last. If it is processed food, additives and preservatives in non-organic foods will make them last longer than organic foods. So, the answer is processed non-organic foods are likely to last longer than organic processed foods because of preservatives added to the non-organic foods.
Non-organic bananas can be found at most grocery stores, such as Walmart or Costco.
There should be little difference in how long organic and non-organic fruits last unless the non-organic fruits have been treated with preservatives.
Unless the non-organic vegetable has been treated to give it a longer shelf life, both would last about the same amount of time.
If you mean does it store longer? Yes, usually it does due to preservatives added to it that are not added to organic foods.
Organic foods mold faster, since non-organic foods are processed with artificial preservatives to make the food last longer.
It depends on if they are organic or not. Non-organic peppers will last longer. Up to 2 weeks should be okay. Organic peppers should last 5 to 7 days.
Unless non-organic food contains preservatives, organic food should last as long as non-organic.