Yeah, of course I do!
The lack of unnecessary ingredients is part of the draw to most Organic brands
You're the one who brought up unnecessary ingredients, he even quoted it, which is a broad undefined term btw. What is unnecessary? His response tried to clarify that for you and the other readers and to respond to your fallacy, the No True Scotsman:
Only the fake-ass organics like "O" (Safeway's brand) are full of bullshit like that.
Evidently they meet some kind of criteria to be labeled Organic. I'm sure the requirements are nebulous on purpose so more mfrs can qualify but that doesn't matter. If a fitness n00b wants to start eating healthy and they walk up and see the O brand labeled as organic, then they'll buy it expecting it to be healthy. Errol's argument is spot on and you've got nothing, man.