“USDA Certified Organic” is, perhaps, a somewhat better choice than standard food stuff. However, unless it is also local (ie: Shetler’s dairy), where there is local accountability and farmers really mean organic to be the best, “organic” doesn’t mean “non-industrial” and all the issues that surround massive industrial food production. One example: USDA organic rules state that an “organic” chicken must have access to the outdoors. Industry solution? Put a small door–a couple to be generous–in the building, leading to a small dirt run. The birds can go out if they choose. Sound a little different than a bird that is in a mobile pen which is moved regularly to fresh grass and bugs?
Here’s a related article about organic egg production. All I can say is: KNOW YOUR FARMER!