photo courtesy of about organics
1. Buy Seasonally. Take advantage of the in-season items as they are more readily available so cheaper to ship etc. Plus, it is a great way to enjoy a variety of fruits and vegetables. Also, keep in mind that there may be a local farmer/farmer's market and even though their items may not be certified organic, you may find they grow without artificial pesticides.
2. Shop the Subsidiary: What you say? Companies like General Mills have subsidiaries that are now going organic or
3. Coupons: It is true, you can score some coupons from some great companies such as Stonyfield, Organic Valley, and Kashi
4. Shop the Dirty & The Clean: Here is the most recent recommendations of foods that you should buy organic and those you can skip.
More to come soon.