12 Ways To Eat Organic On A Budget

Nov 20 - SNAP - Grocery Shopping

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As many of us scrutinize our finances, it’s important to not overlook one of our most important investments, our health. Non-organic food often contains cancer-causing hormones, immunity destroying drugs and dangerous pesticides. Pesticides are poison and can kill us. So when given the choice, I don’t know why anyone could logically buy food with poison sprayed on it? In hopes to mitigate the initial money pains of buying organic, we want to share the top organic money saving ideas that we’ve gathered for you.

1. Buy in bulk

Take advantage of the ‘buy one get one free’ sales or buy one get the other product for a discounted price. You never know when that same product will go on sale again, so make sure to take advantage of it and store to use it later.

(This trick only works if you really love this food and it is a staple at your home, otherwise this will lead to wasted money). Always buy packaged products on sales. Look for smaller organic spice packets or jars, because old spices lose their medicinal qualities so it is smarter to buy in smaller packages.

Buy the whole animal and freeze the rest of it. Many people who are on a budget do this all the time. It is also a good idea to contact your local farmer and then split the cost with a group.

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