Speaking from gardening experience, organic vegetables also have insect and arthropod infestations, are nibbled by wildlife, afflicted by various plant diseases, and so forth. Unless you consider such additions “healthy” they are a negative and not a positive of organic farming.
Oh, and my garden easily suffered 30-40% losses. That’s one thing in a backyard plot, quite another if you’re attempting to grow for profit.
I don’t think organic food is a “scam” - I do think it’s oversold.
Another thing - food is only as healthy as the soil it’s grown in. I don’t care how organic the farming, if it’s done in ground that is either deficient in nutrients, or contaminated, the resulting food will not be healthy. For example, spinach is so good at soaking up lead from the soil it has been used in lead remediation - but eating the result, no matter how green and wonderful looking, would be most unhealthy. Organic vegetables grown on contaminated ground may be free of pesticides but full of other bad stuff.
Whether or not a food is “healthy” can be a surprisingly complex question.