After you finish analyzing the subjects, write a conclusion that summarizes the main points of the essay and reinforces your thesis.
Here the thesis sets up the two subjects to be compared and contrasted (organic versus conventional vegetables), and it makes a claim about the results that might prove useful to the reader.
You may organize compare-and-contrast essays in one of the following two ways: The organizational structure you choose depends on the nature of the topic, your purpose, and your audience.
First choose whether you want to compare seemingly disparate subjects, contrast seemingly similar subjects, or compare and contrast subjects.
Once you have decided on a topic, introduce it with an engaging opening paragraph.