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Just because a product is produced under an organic system, does not always mean it has a lower environmental impact per produced mass of that item. For instance, organic farming may require a lot of land and water, much like regular (conventional) farming does. Fairtrade is a measure of social fairness, and it is not part of this measure of environmental impact.