The recently released Stanford Organic Food Study has been reviewed by the Organic Consumers Association in a paper written by Charles Benbrook, Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources, Washington State University. The Stanford study has been widely criticized by organic food advocates for its research methods. One of their conclusions on whether organic food was "better" is that "published literature lacks strong evidence that organic foods are significantly more nutritious than conventional foods." However, their analysis did also conclude that “Consumption of organic foods may reduce exposure to pesticide residues and antibiotic‐resistant bacteria”, adding to the overwhelming global scientific evidence gathered on these health endangering issues. Stanford research also confirmed that organic milk contains higher levels of Omega-3s and 6s. Also in response to the study, local industry research company The Hartman Group has issued a press release on their "Natural and Organic" consumer research report to be released Oct 1, whose findings predict the Stanford study is unlikely to deter consumers from purchasing organics, because statistics show consumers buy organic for reasons beyond nutritional value.