Inorganic food is any food that is not completely natural. This kind of food is made using chemicals or fertilizers.
No pesticides or chemicals are used while growing or creating organic food, and very strict regulations have to be followed.
Inorganic food is altered during production. This is done by the use of pesticides, fertilizers or changing the genetic makeup of a plant. A farmer may cross pollinate certain seeds in order to create a better specimen. A fertilizer might be used to make the plants grow larger and healthier. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has quality control standards in place to regulate the amount of chemicals or pesticides allowed in inorganic food.