Organic produce is grown with no chemical pesticides or fungicides and they are third party certified as being organically grown in accordance with the guidelines mandated by the USDA's Organic Foods Production Act of 2002.
Cauliflower is in the same plant family as broccoli. The reason for its unusual white color is that the leaves of the plant shield the florets from the sun (and consequently chlorophyll) as they grow. Raw cauliflower is slightly sulfurous and faintly bitter in flavor but once cooked, it transforms to a sweet and milky, almost nutty flavor. Enjoy the florets with dip, steamed as a side, stir-fried, or grilled with other vegetables.