Yes, if I can find what I am looking for in organic. I grow most of my own veggies but buy fruits. I have a hard time finding organic Mangos for some reason.
I grow organically, as much of my own as I can. I especially avoid anything made of or with any type of corn thanx to Monsanto making everything GMO toxic.
In the grocery store, organic gets to be prohibitively expensive but I splurge on organic chicken. The difference in flavor for organic chicken over mass produced and my own veggies over chemical farmed is amazing. Finally, flavor is back
I don't make it a point, but if it's reasonably priced, then I opt for it.
Absolutly, especially the fruits and vegtables that definetly "need" to be organic or are known to have many pesticides. I try to buy from our local farmers, they are usually untouched by Monsato (or at least I hope!)
by Audrey Selig 2 years ago
Do you prefer organic food from what markets regardless of the price?Consumer Reports recently rated markets of all types in current 2015 issue and revealed excellent information. Many markets received very low scores. Most organic markets received high ratings.
by rlleon42 5 years ago
Would you buy organic food if it cost the same as non-organic food?
by sunbun143 6 years ago
What are some foods you always should buy organic?
by lizmoss71 8 years ago
I understand that organic foods are thought to be better for our environment, through not using harmful pesticides etc.But I was wondering if there was any health benefit to eating organic food? Does it actually make any difference to us whether we eat an organic apple or a normal one, for...
by AnnaCia 6 years ago
What groceries would you buy with $10?You have ONLY $10 to buy groceries just (for you) to last for a week (7 days).
by Andromeda10 3 years ago
Organic food spoils faster, due to lack of preservatives, right/ So if one decides to "Go Organic", do they need to shop every other day to keep unrotton food in the house?
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